pure energy- similar to this tank
crossfire- its better then this tank
NDZ S-treme Trigger
Lucky 15 Barrel Kit
68/45 ACI Bulldog Tank
Empire Reloader B
Its not CO2
cheaper then other tanks
There were reliability problems at first
I have used this tank for a bout 6 months now and I would say its your standard HPA tank. Its light weight consistent and it holds more shots then a CO2 tank. I did have some reliability issues at first but my local proshop rebuilt the reg for me and it has not had any problems since(I guess I was one of the lucky ones because everyone else seems to have problems with it). Its a decent tank that wont burn a hole in your wallet.
If you are looking for a tank that works well and wont burn a hole in your wallet go with this tank or a crossfire tank.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, November 11th, 2005 at 6:38 pm PST
That would depend on the size of the CO2 tank, and the temperature. On a warm day, a 20oz tank can produce around the same number of shots as a 68/4500 air system, but the bottle is physically smaller. The air system would have the advantage on a cold day.
Having said that, while heavier, the 20oz CO2 tank is smaller than a 68/4500 bottle. A CO2 tank the same size as the 68/4500 bottle, while even heavier, would be able to produce considerably more shots than the air system on a warm day.