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Hey Matt ---

If this is for in-store use go to your nearest welding supply place and get on a CO2 bottle exchange program. In the long run it will be the easiest and probably over the long haul the cheapest method to keep yourself w/ a fresh supply of CO2.

No hydostatic pressure tests -- no fussing about re-fills ect.....

CHarles
 

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I go through Smith Welding in Holly Springs. There might be someplace closer to you, Matt, but I've had good service from them - I get my Oxygen from them.

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Jenn
 

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i have a 2.5lb bottle. its not pretty, rusty and probably needs to be hydro-ed but might work for ya. I'd trade it for somethin thats worth a couple bux, like some DTs, food, or I need some RO tubing (like 5 feet), or anything else I suppose
 
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