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McDoNaLdSbUrGeR Tuesday, November 14th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
3 months0 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
Evil Scion 68/5k - Enough capacity, but not tight enough making it uncomfortable
45/45 ( I think the brand is Charleton or something ) - Nice and tight, but not enough capacity.
Steel 47/3k - Why?
PMI 68/3k - Just the basic fiber wrap tank. Nothing special and not tight enough.
Marker Setup: Black/Blue Fade PM6, Orange Bolt, Top hat mod, Virtue Board, CP Sling Trigger, Hybrid Quarter Turn On/Off, Total Stainless Freak Kit w/ 14inch AA tip, Shocktech Micro Rail.

Razor Blue ION, Hybrid Hedlok Feedneck, Shocktech Trigger, Shocktech On/Off, Shocktech 1 inch drop, QEV, TechT Lightening Bolt, Evil Pipe Kit w/ Blue 12 inch tip and Black 16 inch tip, Evil Detonator Regulator, Blackheart Board.

White Halo B w/ rip, Black VLocity. Crossfire 70/45, Evil 68/5k, 45/45.
Strengths: Crossfire Reg.
Tight
Air Capacity
Shape (looks cool imo)
Not too big around
Weaknesses: Weakness? Yeah right.
Review: Well, I finally got my Crossy 70/45 a while back. It's great! I can play just as tight with this as a 45/45 but can get as many shots (actually more) than my 68/5k. The crossy is actually a little shorter than my 45/45. The pictures that I have seen of this tank don't do it justice. It is MUCH smaller in person than it looks in the pics. And the cool part is that it isn't as big around is I expected so no matter how you shoulder it you won't get a chicken wing. From a distance it would actually be hard to distinguish it from a 45/45.
It really isn't as hard to find a tank cover for it as some people say it is. Dye makes a cover for it because they also make 70/45 tanks. One of the best parts of this tank is the Crossy LP Reg. The recharge is very fast. I've heard that you can use LP Crossfires on Egos (which run at very high pressures). I haven't found a better tank. The size, capacity, weight, looks, and recharge rate are all great.
Conclusion: Plain and simple, if you like the size of 45/45s but not the capacity, buy a crossy 70/45.

You will like it. I'll give it a 9 since perfection isn't something you'll find in paintball.
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

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