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GBB

 

KWA - G19 Metal slide - Green

KWA - G19 Standard - H134a

Tanio Koba - USP .40 SD - H134a

Tanaka Works - Sig P228 - H134a ONLY

 

NBB

 

TM - MK23 Socom - H134a/Green

TM - AMT Hardballer - H134a

KWC - Sig Pro SP2022 - Co2

 

Revolver

 

KWC - Colt Python - H134a/Green/Co2 with KWC adaptor

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don't know if anybody else as put this.but i have a TM desert eagle.and the green gas/propane has beaten it to H*ll i finally used the mod to get 134a so that i could make it last longer

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I used R22 (lower grade) so it has lower pressure at room temperature, with sillicone oild added (2ml every 400 gram nett weight). I used it in my KSC Glock 18C. The FPS is arounf 270 FPS. I will try to use the higher grade R22, I'll keep you posted on the result :)

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KJ Works M92 GBB Green & 134A Depending on Temp

Tanaka Police positive NBB 134A, green in winter.

 

Question time

has anyone been daft enough to run a Marushin M1 Carbine or M1 Garand on CO2?

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hi guys,

 

what is the recommended gas for TM p226 Silver all standard, i know people are recommending using green gas still OK, but in my case I'm living in tropical area which is hotter than in the UK, is it make any differences in performance and durability of the gun by using GG?

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I have used my ksc m11 (plastic bolt) with yellow gas and newer had problems with it. ~30000 shots maybe. Bolt is still almost in perfect condition. So why in the list it says that it runs only hfc134a?

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My TM M9 Tactical has run perfectly fine on green gas, for the five years I've owned it. I've heard people that have problems with reliability, and durability when it comes to green gas consumption in a TM M9, since it's not their newest model, but with an upgraded piston head and hi-flow valve which are relatively cheap, and cost about $20 all together, the M9 has been able to utilize green gas to its full potential. Plus you get the best kick and realism as possible.

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I noticed earlier on here some one saying bell M9 134a, i have a bell M9 full metal version, will that be fine on green?

 

Yes. Mine shoots about 270FPS with green, that's roughly the same as my HFC M190.

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Not to be a stickler,

 

TM Hi-capa 5.1 is recommended HFC134a AKA Duster

 

Check your owners manual. I have been fireing it on propane (~10000) rounds from day 1 without any problem.

 

durability Upgrades added after 4 bags of BB's ~8000 rds

Guarder Poly carb muzzzle loader,

PDI Piston Head

Firing on original slide.

 

I didn't notice any significant wear on my stock parts.

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Marushin Unlimited Revolver Maxi 8mm - HFC134a (green cracked my body and broken some internals :( )

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Just got my new Bell m1991 FULL METAL VERSION. Although the mags can be a little fiddly to fill, this is a superb piece of kit. Lovely action, good kick and 320fps + on green gas (which it likes a lot).

 

It also has some nicely engraved trades and came in a sweet little case all for less than £50 shipped. Huzzah! Highly recommend this gun for an WW2 / 'Nam wannabees (like me).

 

I also like (but don't love) the WE Luger. Again the mags are a fiddle to fill up and the hop is terrible and can onl be adjusted when you strip the gun. Total pain so it's become a bit of a pack filler for the (captured) Hun kit. Nice toggle action though, runs on green gas and tougher than the Tanaka.

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