Dye DM6, CP 2k5 on/off, CP plug, CP rail drop, Lucky tophat rings, Dye UL or Stiffi barrel
PE Ego6, CP 2k5 on/off, MacDev Glad, delrin pin, Critical ram,cap, Dye UL or Stiffi barrel
SP Ion, Tech T bolt, CP reg, CP drop, CP2k5 on/off, CCM feedneck FBM snatch, Dye UL, NDZ roller trig.
User/owner removable reg
Not light as light as I was led to beleive
I bought a 46ci tank
I like the user/owner removable reg feature....the reg does not use loctite to secure the reg to the tank......so if you have to travel, via plane, you can remove the reg and pack the tank....the FAA require us to remove the reg from the tank which has to usually be done by an airsmith....with this tank you can do it yourself.
This is a good looking tank...the black & grey colour scheme matches the black & pewter colour scheme of my Ego......the tank looks so nice it's almost a shame to put a tank cover on it.
The reg seems to have more than adequate, for me, recharge rate.....it fed my gun @ 19bps with no shoot down....I like never shoot this fast during a game so this will do for me.
I was told by several PB techs that the Empire Fuel tank felt so light they thought it was defective...so I rushed out and ordered one only to find that:
1) it's quite a bit heavier than my Center Flag 45ci tank (& my friends 45ci Crossy tank)
2) it's almost as heavy as my CrossFire 68ci tank.
It's a pricey little bugger.....I got mine for $200 shipped....I got my 45ci C Flag for $120 shipped (new) and my 68ci Crossy for $170 new.
User/removable reg.......good looking......good recharge rate.....it feed my gun @ 21bps with no shootdown
9 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, October 29th, 2006 at 4:20 pm PST