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Combat Sport Supply


All airsoft guns are required to have the tip (1/4 inch) of the barrel permanently colored in blaze orange.

Airsoft Innovations Metal Propane Adaptor


MSRP: $39.99
CombatSportSupply: $24.95
You Save: $15.04 (38 %)
Item Number: AIPROPANEADAP
Manufacturer: Other
Manufacturer Part No: 17002B1
Airsoft INnovations Metal Propane Adaptor
AI is no longer producing this metal version, however we are substituting the Mad Bull version

Scientific testing has proven that most brands of airsoft "green gas" are just propane dressed up with a fancy label! That means airsoft players have been paying at least $15US + S&H for a container of the same stuff that's available for $3 at your local hardware store or camping supply.

Since discovering that green gas is propane, thousands of airsofters world-wide have switched to cheap and readily-available domestic propane.

The AI Propane Adaptor is compatible with the most widely used disposable propane tanks, available in many countries. Please make sure appropriate tanks are available in your country before purchasing an adaptor.

�€� New V4 design is requires no assembly!
�€� Completely re-useable
�€� Compatible with nearly every gas gun
�€� Reduce gas costs by up to 90%
�€� Real instruction manual, no engrish!
�€� High-resolution assembly video (new video coming, current video is for V3 adaptor)
�€� Easy to inject silicone oil to your mags: See Silicone oil Below

WARNING: This product has been designed to be used EXCLUSIVELY with airsoft. Do not use this adaptor with anything but airsoft. Do not use this adaptor with any other gas (e.g. MAPP, propylene) but propane. Do not use propane/green gas in an airsoft gun that cannot handle the higher pressure. Do not use propane/green gas near an open flame, or other source of ignition. Do not inhale. Please.

Combat Sport Supply is not liable for any injuries or damage to property or person(s) incurred through the the use or misuse of its products. It's not hard to play safe, please do so.

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Product Reviews

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Pays for itself.
Chavez (New Lenox, IL) 12/2/2009 2:07 PM
The money you save by using propane will make this thing pay for itself. I can't imagine using anything other then propane now for my gas guns. This adapter is durable and easy to use. No instructions needed...just screw it one and your ready to go!
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Alternative fuels, anyone?
Redtail (Unknown) 12/13/2007 2:11 PM
Propane is cheap. You can't deny that it's cheaper to buy a 24-ounce bottle of propane than it is to buy six 900 mL bottles of R134A or green gas. SUffice to say that propane represents a very unique tradeoff in the world of gas-blowbacks, though. Propane is a volatile hydrocarbon, a fuel similar to gasoline or kerosene. This means that it dissolves oils, such as the silicon oil you lubricate your GBBs with. This means you will have to oil your guns much more frequently while using propane as a propellant. THere are a few options to this, however. The first is to take and actually put a few drops of silicone oil into the neck of the propane bottle every five or six magazine fills. The next is to remove the fill valve from your GBB magazines, then spray or squirt a few drops of oil directly into the reservoir, then shake the magazine around for a while. The third, and probably the best option for your gun, is to make certain to clean and oil your entire mechanism during your meal breaks. WHile your MREs are heating, or your SPaghetti-Os are warming up on the camp stove, field-strip your pistol and clean it out, then oil it up.Get all of the gaskets, all of the seals, any place that two parts slide against each other, and any plastic or rubber in contact with expanding gas. Anywhere that gets cold or moves, basically. Oh, and don't smoke while filling your magazines.