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Air America 320 Unireg – female asa thread

Female asa thread 320 regualtor Full shot

Here is a female ASA thread Unireg that I purchased from Glenn Pensinger at Hole in the Wall Paintball, out of Michigan.

side view of 320 unireg

Glenn wrote me the following regarding this regulator: 
“I’m not sure what the “320” stood for, but I don’t think it is the thread, probably have to ask Tom Kaye [or Dan Colby].
I think it was made for remote tanks to limit liquid Co2.
After I could not sell it retail, my team [(Guns of Paraside)] used it on a 2 1/2 lb Co2 tank, a “T” fitting, and two coil remotes to run two F1s for a target range to promote the field.”

Back side shot of 320 unireg

I had never seen a female asa thread regulator from Air America before so this was new to me.  I think this would be a pretty neat bottomline regulator to put in one of the old Fred Shultz Air America Air System Bottomline Mounting blocks.

back view of 320 unireg

You can see one of the full Mounting blocks on Brahim Estephan’s Ironmen Autococker with a Fred Shultz Air System here:
https://paintballhistory.com/brahim-brian-estephans-94-ironmen-autococker

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