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sonnemann Saturday, October 30th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
6 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

3 years
Products Used:
PMI preset: Works well when it's not leaking from somewhere
Crossfire preset: just buy it.
Bulldog III: Much improved over the old versions.
Marker Setup: WAS/ACE Viking, Crossfire 70/45, Halo, St!ffi
VSC Micro Phantom
Strengths: Adjustable
Decent recharge/consistency
Weaknesses: Only 3k psi
Review: I bought this tank to use on my Timmy, and it worked remarkably well for a tank that was relatively old. Decent recharge (kept up with Timmy!) and decently consistent for a cheaper reg. I also like the fact that it's adjustable and screw-in. Oh, and huge PE gauges look sweet.

All these problems I've heard of with burst disks malfunctioning just never seemed to happen with mine, though it did spring a small leak from the adjustmnt screw later on in life.

The major downside is the fact that it only came in 3000 psi bottles, which is not the preferred pressure due to less shots per fill...but it will suffice for most players, especially withy more efficient markers.
Conclusion: Despite its quirks and slight flaws, I think it's a great tank if you can find one used floating around for cheap.
9 out of 10

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