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Unregistered User Wednesday, December 6th, 2000
 
0 of 1 people found this review helpful.
Strengths: I have an older style of the crossfire tank before they started putting the threads in opposing directions but as long as you put it ina nice drop forward you have no need to take it off the gun now do you???

Good pressure regulation...excellent buy for the money you pay. The 88ci/ 3000 psi is a good size tank for the beginning tourny player. I play back man for my team and really enjoy the extra shoots from the 88ci.
Weaknesses: The older models had a tendency to unscrew on you at the regulator...not a big problem...but there's something about n 88ci bottle bounching ariound under a car that tends to make people nervous. But a little ingenuity and a little bit of sealant and you can lock the threads in place. On the newer models this isn't a problem....but if youhave the old style Please!!!! becareful when unscrewing this tank from your gun...and watch the whole assembly....make sure the bottle and regulator are unscrewing together
Conclusion: Good tank for the money....reliable and tough too.
Rating:
8 out of 10
 

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