How to Adjust the Pressure of Ninja Paintball Tank Pro V2 | Lone Wolf Paintball

Tony shows how to remove the shims to adjust the output pressure of your Ninja Paintball Pro V2 tanks.
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Lone Wolf Paintball
Michigan’s #1 Paintball Field

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Founded in 1987, Lone Wolf Paintball is still Southeastern Michigan’s premiere paintball supplier. Originally opened by one man whose only motivation at the time was to get discounted merchandise for him and his friends, Lone Wolf has evolved into a multi-location business serving thousands of players every year. The first Lone Wolf playing field was opened on the property of the Bristol Apple Orchard in 1988 in Almont, Michigan. For over 12 years Lone Wolf began to build its clientele and customer base before moving on and expanding to several locations.
Locations:

Pro Shop / Main Office — Clinton Township

The Pro Shop and Main Office is located on the south side of Hall Road (M-59) between Groesbeck Hwy (M-97) and Gratiot Ave (M-3). If you’re heading east bound on Hall Road, you will make a right hand turn onto Vic Wertz Drive (one street before Morley Drive) and follow that street until it turns into Reynolds Drive.

Phone: (586) 463-9500
Fax: (586) 463-9503
Email: info@lonewolfpaintball.com

44323 Reynolds Drive
Clinton Township, MI 48036
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Lone Wolf Mt Clemens — Outdoor Play Field

Lone Wolf East is located right on the property of the Gibraltar Trade Center in Mt Clemens. From I-94 use exit # 237 for North River Road. Enter in through the main gates of the Gibraltar Trade Center and the registration area will be located on the left hand side. Please keep in mind that Gibraltar does charge $2 per car for parking and that fee is not waived for paintball patrons.

237 North River Road
Mt Clemens, MI 48043
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Lone Wolf Metamora — Outdoor Play Field

Located behind the Cascadden Lounge of the east side of Lapeer Road, approximately 17 miles north of the Palace of Auburn Hills.

4099 Lapeer Road
Metamora, MI 48455
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Lone Wolf Clinton Township — Indoor Play Field

The Lone Wolf Paintball Indoor Field is located on the south side of Hall Road (M-59) between Groesbeck Hwy (M-97) and Gratiot Ave (M-3). If you’re heading east bound on Hall Road, you will make a right hand turn onto Vic Wertz Drive (one street before Morley Drive) and follow that street until it turns into Reynolds Drive.

44323 Reynolds Drive
Clinton Township, MI 48036

Comments

Travis Baker says:

So if I use a Gtek 160R should I take out the shims of my Ninja SL2?

Anthony Rios says:

Show a video on changing a regulator

KillerGillerGirl says:

“COMPLETELY EMPTY (NO AIR)” Makes me laugh and think at the people that will still have air in it

jackchase79 says:

Yeaaaah man using using mip hex driver! RC world crossing over into paintball

Robert DeSantis says:

I need 3k OUTPUT . using on a PCP rifle

Ignite Paintball says:

I have a shocker should I take any out

tropicthunderbolt says:

Can u adjust the rotation with it still air up

Cesar Paz says:

Very helpful, thank you!!!

Andrew Day says:

Hey can you awnsor a question for me I got a tank with a pro v2 reg and the bonnet is gold not silver what does that mean and is it safe to use in a gun

Mike C says:

Your regulator tester is just a old ASA with a different gauge?

Pedro Gordian says:

Can something happen to the reg or the tank if you bleed the air out too fast?

Eduardo Garcia says:

How do you or where can someone get the operating pressure for there gun??

Wes Pelland says:

I actualoutely like that word you invented.

Stay Strapped says:

How many shims for a dye M2 MOSAir?

bdpersha says:

Very helpful. Thank you

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