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Anchor76 Tuesday, January 10th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
3 years
Products Used:
None my first HPA tank YAY!!!
Marker Setup: Light Blue Spyder Xtra, ACS Delrin Bolt, Shocktech Spring Kit, 14 inch Dye Xcel Barrel, Trinity Clamp Feed Neck, Trinity Quick E-Trigger, Trinity 7 Degree VA, 0-600psi bob long gauge, Macroline Fitting, WGP Uni-mount, C.A.M.D E-Frame, WGP 50ci/3000psi, Palmers Male Stabilizer, eVLution II.
Strengths: +3 more cubic inch than standard tanks
Weaknesses: Hmm....none
Review: This review is for the 50ci/3000psi tank

Well people always say that steel or aluminum tanks are always heavy so i got worried but this was the cheapest HPA that is around my $$$ range, when i got this on the mail i was like dam this thing is huge comapered to Co2 tanks and felt kind of heavy, so then when i got it filled i though it was going to be way heavier but it turned out that it wasant people just complain to much i actually dont find this tank heavy even filled all the way. Any ways great tank i guess for starters like.
Conclusion: if your begging to paintball and want step up from Co2 this is the way.
10 out of 10

Review Comments
Uziel Gal Wednesday, January 11th, 2006 | 12:06 pm PST
Your 50CI tank holds about 5.5 cubic feet of air when compressed to 3000psi. That volume of air weighs around 190 grams, as compared to 20oz of CO2 (560 grams), so an air fill adds less weight to the air system than a CO2 fill would to it's bottle. The actual weight of a cubic foot of air will change depending on the density, but that gives you a reasonable idea of the difference.

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