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^_^ Tuesday, November 21st, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
3 months
Products Used:
- Co2
- tested some other air tanks...
Marker Setup: Spyder Imagine 04 - Green
- 32 Degrees Spyder Spring Kit
- Spyder Rodeo Stock Barrel
- Trinity Spyder Pro-Lock Feed Neck - Black
- Spyder Rodeo Front Block - Black
- Spyder Rodeo ASA - Black
- Spyder Rodeo Drop Forward - Silver
- Spyder Rodeo Regulator - Black
- Trigger Spring Removed
- Valve Pin Polished
- WGP 50/3000 Worr Gass Steel HPA Tank
- PMI Pure Energy Air Tank Cover - Red - 68ci
- Smart Parts Fill Nipple Cover
- ViewLoader eVLution 3 - Black
Strengths: - Cheap
Weaknesses: - Heavy
Review: I ordered a 50/3000 Steel WGP Worr Gas tank from Action Village, because I needed some kind of HPA and these were cheap. It's really heavy... it makes my marker like a cinder block.. but hey it's worth the extra weight because its more consistent than Co2. Anyway it has a decent reg, and I haven't had any problems with it really like people in a lot of the other reviews.. but then again mines not exactly the same as theirs..

Oh and 68ci tank covers fit on it btw
Conclusion: I would suggest it as a good beginner HPA tank (that is the steel one I got). Because it's not super expensive but it's still a decent tank! Plus it's much better than Co2!
9 out of 10

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