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Air America Regulator Weight Comparison

Yesterday I pulled out a few different Air America Inline Regulators to check on the weight.  

These included a classic Stainless Unireg, a Violator, a titanium Prophecy Regulator, an aluminun Black Ice regulator and a couple others.
Unfortunately I forgot to grab a Palmer’s Stabilizer.

Here is the weight list:
Air America Stainless Unireg: .72 lbs
Air America Stainless Violater Unireg: .56 lbs
Air America Titanium Prophecy Unireg: .38 lbs
Aluminum Black Ice Unireg: .26 lbs
Ans Gen X 2 regulator: .38lbs
Bob Long Old School Aluminum reg .45 lbs
Daystate Airstream Regulator, chrome plated brass: .92lbs  (Thanks Jörn!)

Find some Air America and various other Regulators for sale on baccipaintball here:
http://www.baccipaintball.com/air-bottomlines/regs.html

And here is another informative video on the Air America Prophecy Regulators and Air America Reg progression history from Thomas Mitchell on youtube:

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