I'm going to buy an hpa rig eventually,and I'm wondering if I should buy or build one and if I was to buy one where would I get it?
Just the assorted fittings to connect all of that. If you look at a picture of a persons rig, it ca really help you know what goes where and what all you need. It basically goes like this if I'm not forgetting anything: HPA/CO2 Tank -> Regulator w/ gauge -> 1/8 Elbow Fitting -> Straight Macro Line or Coiled Hose -> Quick Disconnect Fitting -> 1/8 Fitting into magazineSo I would buy a hpa tank, a pressure gauge, a pressure regulator and a hpa line? Am I missing anything? (I already have a tapped mag)
It could help some, but a lot of people don't use a second reg; I know I never did. If I were to build another HPA rifle, I'd probably spend the little bit extra and run a cheap secondary AR10 red or something.I currently run a Palmers pursuit reg off of my tank, i do not have any other reg. should i invest in a second reg to make my shots consistent? (i have yet to sit down with my chrono and empirically test my current setups consistency) or could i get a SLP and get the same effect?
I would think a secondary reg would be hard to fit inside a stock. You could get a stock pouch though and it would probably fit pretty well. Yeah, you can find some pretty good deals on regs/fitting, it jsut takes some looking around.I decided to do a dual regulator in-stock Co2 rig ..any tips?
I found Amazon actualy has a pretty good selection of Co2 and hpa rig items
They're not necessary, but they will improve FPS and consistency. Basically, to max this rifle out, all you need is (these rifles are really pretty simple):Ok cool I'l work on getting those