I have gained a lot of help and information from this site, and I want to help others. This thread describes how I am creating a pressurized paintball setup and I hope this helps others who want to do the same. I got help from oregon aqua on how to make this all work. The picture below is what I have done so far.
The Smart Parts adapter allows for the tank to be attached to any standard CGA-320 type regulator. The adapter solves the problem by making the tank into basically a standard co2 tank(it pushes down on the pin). It has a knob to open and close the tank. This part is really the only thing needed to make this whole setup work. I got the adapter from gppaintball.com. Here is the link: http://www.3gponline.com/paintball/p...a51c11cea37833
Most places charge $20 for this adapter. The regulator attached is from beveragefactory.com and is a standard economy regulator. It fits onto the adapter perfectly with no need for any nylon washers, since the adapter and the regulator have rubber washers already.
I will be using a needle valve from discovervalve.com
. I recommend this site if you need to get a needle valve, but don't have the money to purchase those nice tiny ones. These needle valves are fairly heavy, but they arn't very large. They work pretty good as I already use one for my 20gal setup. I am going to try and make my own bubble counter, and I will use a glass diffuser, probably from aquaticmagic ebay store.
I hope this helps others who are trying to create a paintball Co2 setup. Thanks again oregon aqua for your help.