Yes that does work (that's what I originally did) but it does mean you can't fill and fire at the same time (leaving you defenceless unless you have a decent backup, and you have to remember to close the firing valve before disconnecting it (yeah, I did that a few times ) which can be overlooked in the heat of battle. To be fair, in a CPH with a LRT bladder, using the nozzle as the QFD means you are less likely to burst the bladder (you can regulate the flow with the ball valve) unless you have a very good PC case, or a pressure relief valve (allowing you to refill the reservoir too! ).Fishfan wrote:I could also just screw in an adapter to my nozzle area, and hook the hose to that for my QFD. That is what I was thinking of doing.
One of these:Fishfan wrote:Also, what is a nozzle laminator?
(from wayne's this and that)
That particular one was from a CPS2000 nozzle, and 'laminates' the stream to make it more coherent (usually improving range)
JLSpacemarine made a guide for a homemade laminator. You might want to make such a laminator detachable from your blaster, so you're riot blast will still be effective. I've used a similar setup in my homemade with good results.