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DesertFoxFreak Friday, December 24th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
More than 5 years
Products Used:
Center Flag Hyper Flow 88ci/4500 PSI
Marker Setup: '98 Desert Fox
SS Freak Back w/SS insert kit
All American and Freak fronts
88ci/4500 HPA

A-5 RT
Flatline, freak back, dye stainless
88ci/4500 HPA w/drop forward
Strengths: Lightweight
Weaknesses: Multiple regulator failures
Review: I bought a 68ci/4500psi ACI Bulldog as my first post-CO2 tank, and for the first few months I was in love. Having had no previous experience with HPA over my 12 years of on/off paintball playing time, I didn't realize that my new tank shouldn't slowly lose pressure over a few days--until I bought a center flag hyperflow 88ci tank that didn't do that . . . . Then, within two months I had to leave my ACI tank at the proshop for repairs to the regulator . . . .the second time I left it there as a trade in toward another 88ci center flag tank. Upon trading it in, my proshop owner stated that they had been having problems with the 4500 psi ACI Bulldogs, so much so that they no longer were carrying them and were going almost exclusively with the center flag brand for reliability. However, he stated that the 3000psi ACI tanks were not giving customers problems.
Conclusion: Don't buy if there is another option. However, it still is better than CO2
4 out of 10

Review Comments
Terial Monday, January 10th, 2005 | 11:19 am PST
iv had bulldog II tanks, and iv had a bulldog III tank 68 4500 since they were avalible.. not one problem to date

speedy2k4 Tuesday, January 18th, 2005 | 5:28 am PST
if you don't have a problem you are lucky. these can be dangerous. and desertfoxfreak were you talking about pev's that stopped carrying them cuz i know they did.

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