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tippmannbllr98 Friday, April 9th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month2 of 3 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Products Used:
First HP tank
Marker Setup: 98 custom, cmi truflite 14" barrel, 20 and 9 oz tanks, empire reloader
Weaknesses: See review
Review: Ok, here it goes. I got my 91/4.5k hp tank. I was happy that i finally got a hp tank. I got it filled that night. The next day the gauge cover blew off so I had to buy a new one. Then when I got my tank filled at my local field everything was least until I got home. I decided to play a night game of paintball. I screwed the tank onto my gun and the 1.8k burst disc blew. I took it to my shop, they put a new burst disc on, and filled it. then they sat it on top of a new catolog. The disk burst and the tank completely shredded the catalog. The guy who filled it ran to the other side of the store when it started bursting, it was funny! But then I found out there was an internal problem in the regulator. Now I'm getting a replacement from ACI sports. I'm just gonna sell it for 200$ rather than keep it.
Conclusion: this tank sucks unless you wanna scare the living s*** out of the guys at your local proshop. lol.
1 out of 10

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