Razer, Are you saying that there would be no hosing? From what you're saying, in my head I see a set up that looks like:
Propane Tank--Regulator--Meter Pipe--Valve--Male Quick Release.
I see how that would work. I would open the tank, open the regulator, wait a few seconds, close the tank, close the regulator, connect the quick release fittings, open the one and only valve, close the valve, disconnect the quick release, and fire.
"with making it a Quick Release you Dont Need a 2nd Vavle Becuse the Quick Coupler takes Spot of the Vavle. and when you Hook up it the Chamber you would Fill it. With Quick Coupler it would go..."-Razer88
(sorry for the lack of correct quoting, forgive me I'm a newb at forums)
The link below shows the quick release set up I have.
http://www.lowes.com/lowes/lkn?action=p ... lpage=none
Neither of the male fittings hold pressure, they're basically a tube, so wouldn't I need a valve right behind it at least?
Razer, instead of a fring sequence could you possibly describe how it is setup?
DR: If you get the chance, can you post a picture of one of your setups?