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This is a discussion on Scuba Tank fill station within the Paintball forums, part of the Gun Forums category; Ive been reading where you can buy a special ($60) part and make a standard Scuba tank last 5-6 refills. Has anyone done this? -chet...

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    Scuba Tank fill station

    Ive been reading where you can buy a special ($60) part and make a standard Scuba tank last 5-6 refills.

    Has anyone done this?

    -chet

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    Yup, I do a lot of airsmithing for people at our local field so I have to have a scuba fill station at home in order to keep air around. On my 68CI paintball tank, and a 3300PSI 80CF scuba tank I can get 3 good fills, and about 6 decent fills above 2500psi. Well worth it for the $3.50 it costs to fill my scuba tank

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    Thanks.

    I will have to do this then, because we play in the cuts and go through at leatt 2000 balls a game and its a hour drive to the nearest fill station.

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    Problem now is that the scuba shop won't fill your tank and test the valve unless you are scuba certified.

    PITA

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    Depends on the shop, 2 dive shops here understand that a lot of people use them for paintball and if you tell them that's what you're using it for, then they will still fill and do your yearly vis. Also, try checking with your local fire department to see if they will fill it for you, a lot of them have their own compressors because of their S.C.B.A. gear.

    Another option, though doesn't always work, some welding supply shops can fill your scuba tank with air.

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