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tc_customcocker Saturday, December 18th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
1 year
Products Used:
PMI Pure Energy 68/3000
Crossfire 68/4500
Marker Setup: TCP Xtreme Autococker (Tricked Out Cocker all Planet Eclipse Parts E-Blade 2), Air America 68/3000, 14 in Empire Barrel .687 bore, Evlution 2
Strengths: Light, Consistent, Reliable
Weaknesses: I'll let you know when I can find one.
Review: If your going to be a compressed air system then taking a look at this one is a must. I have never had a problem yet the two others I have used have had problems like leaking out the fill nipple. Its light. Very consistent output pressure. What else do you need in a tank. Also these aren't very expensive. I payed about $140 for this. There is no sense in paying a tank with all sorts of fancy stuff on it, all that is unnecessary stuff that can break costing you more money. A tank is there to be consistent not tell you how much time is left in a game.
Conclusion: Great tank, you can't go wrong by buying one. I firmly stand behind this tank it is a great product. So if your looking to upgrade from CO2 to compressed and want a good tank that wont break the bank then this one is for you.
10 out of 10

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