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thehalls Thursday, January 9th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
3 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

3 years
Products Used:
WGP Ergo, Palmer Stabilizer, ACI Bulldog
Marker Setup: F4 Illustrator (2 of 'em)
Griffin (2 of 'em)
(All guns run on regulated CO2 w/ anti-siphon)
Strengths: The underlying idea behind the CO2000 is fantastic! For somebody who may have multiple guns but a limited budget, the idea of a reg that will move quickly from gun to gun (via the tank) is nice. That's about the only good thing I can say about it though.....
Weaknesses: It doesn't work worth a damn. I found the output pressure drifting all over the place throughout a day of play. What's the point of having a regulator if it won't regulate? Note that I have TWO CO2000's. Both exhibited this same behavior. Notice the past tense on exhibited? That's because I don't use 'em anymore and would feel guilty if I dumped them off on some poor shlub.
Conclusion: A magnificent idea ruined by poor execution. An utter waste of money.
1 out of 10

Review Comments
DirtyErnie Thursday, June 26th, 2003 | 8:26 pm PST
Pressure drifts because liquid gets on the other side of the regulator and expands. Regulators are best used after an expansion chamber (if using CO2)

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