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Old 11-18-2019, 06:05 PM   #1
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Running off of CO2

Greetings all,
I’m wondering about gas. Specifically, I am wondering about options for running rifles off of regulated CO2 gas.

I currently have a wraith CO2 adapter coupled to a storm high pressure regulator. This is paired to a wolverine BOLT m. The CO2 setup works really well and let’s the regulator deliver consistent pressure from the CO2 cartridge.

The wolverine setup is a really great system however it was also a really expensive system. I am currently considering doing an HPA tap for an M700 for friends and my wife when we go to play together, but I really am hesitant to pay the 200+ required for the same storm/wraith kit.
Are there other systems that could deliver regulated CO2 pressure in a package small enough to either bolt onto a side rail or be put in stock?
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Old 11-18-2019, 06:15 PM   #2
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Off the top of my head, there's the palmers pursuit co2 adapter and the mancraft co2 adapter. The big question here though isn't the adapter itself, it's the quality of the regulator. The storm regulator is very consistent (and that's actually most of what you're paying for when you buy that system). None of the other adapters feature the quick change co2 deal either....
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