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  1. #31
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    One thing I have found to be very helpful with my Mags.
    Put a quick disconnect inline.Really nice when you have to do anything to the valve to be able to pull it away w/o taking the bottomline off.
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    omega er rail

    does anyone know where to get the omega er rail
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    if i remeber right i think i seen on one www.paintballgear.com

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    Re: omega er rail

    Originally posted by dyepunk54
    does anyone know where to get the omega er rail
    I don't know about that rail, but Benchmark also makes a neat looking rail > http://www.proteamdirect.com

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    Thats Wicked PIMP man thats how i wannna do mine about how much did that cost all together cause thats almost exaztly how i want ti make mine.

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    well,
    some of those parts are no longer made, omega rail. I would suggest the rogue rail, check it out in the dealers forum.

    gt

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    how would you put a reg on an automag? would it even do anything? if so maby a picture would help

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    It depends. If you're running CO2 then an inline reg (between the tank and built in reg) can help keep liquid CO2 out of the gun and increase velocity consistency. If you're using compressed air/nitrogen then you already have two regs the tank reg and the bottle reg) and don't need another. The rule of thumb is that more than 2 regs on a gun will starve it and not really be better than 2. some regs are better at handling CO2 than others. Palmer stabilizers are great at keeping CO2 out and regulating its pressure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noahyay
    how would you put a reg on an automag? would it even do anything? if so maby a picture would help

    traditioanally,
    use a vert adapter and instead of a gas through use a reg.

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