If you want a bottle fed gun, buy a paintball HPA tank.
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Same as any other CO2 tank. You would have to be extremely lucky to have it fit. Also, I would guess that it might be about the most expensive way to buy CO2. Why not just buy a bulk CO2 tank (like a siphon tube fire extinguisher- I got a 15 lb hydroed and filled for $75) and the proper fittings to fill your PCP.
I have that system and the drinks are great and cheap, but the tanks are really heavy and have a non-standard thread on the valve where the tank attaches to the dispenser. Never took the valve out of the tank so I can't confirm what the tank threads are and if they would fit a standard paintball type valve thread. By the looks of the bottle I think the neck is too small to even accept a standard valve.
My thought would be to go with a standard tank from one of the suppliers here on the Yellow.
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