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thunnderstrukk Sunday, June 19th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
PE 47/30 crossfire 47/30
Marker Setup: 2002 v/f wgp vert feed cocker, kapp reg, the bomb, cp 12 inch. JAM bolt. eclipse blade hinge. 12v revvy. Worr Gas 50/30, egg 2
Strengths: 50/30 3 cu larger than PE and 10$ cheaper with a better reg.
Weaknesses: Kinda heavy but what alluminum tank isnt?
Review: I have an autococker and i was told that N2 works far better than c02, so i went and looked for nitro tanks. this one was the cheapest that the paintball store had and i realized it was 3 cu bigger than the PE and 10 bucks cheaper. i couldnt complain so i bought it. first time out using it and i got about 4 games without any drop off to speak of. the last game was kind of bad, but it still shot all the way across the field, just a little slower. i was happy. i only expected a couple of games off the tank. i think i got nearly 800 shots off. that was pretty good concidering i have the old skool pneus that run at like 420psi.
Conclusion: If you are just getting into paintball i would deffinetly suggest this tank for you. its probably not efficient on HP guns though.
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

Review Comments
Uziel Gal Monday, June 20th, 2005 | 11:29 am PST
Your operating pressure may be at 420psi, but I would be quite surprised if your cocking pressure was above 100psi - chances are that it would be lower than this even. I have a 1996 Autococker that had the pneumatic pressure set at 140psi when I got it. I would expect a 2K2 Autococker to be set considerably lower than this.
   

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