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n3twrkm4n Friday, November 24th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
PMI 47ci Steel 3000psi
Marker Setup: ICD FS-8, Nitro Duck Plasma 90ci (4500), Eggy III, CP lightning drop with a new designz on/off.
Strengths: Seems durable
Weaknesses: Large
Review: This tank worked great, didn't leak and held a 4400PSI fill for a month before a game without dropping. Regulator is nice and provided enough flow to shoot at an ION's capped speed (15bps on my gun). Tank was large but I did purchase a 92ci, the 'huge' size was handled by installing a drop forward. Great tank for those who live further away from a fill station such as myself. I purchased two of these and had no problems with either. Pin valve was a Shrader ping valve and the pin stuck up beyond the top of the threads, this could cause a problem with some ASAs. Great tank but there are others available for a lesser price.
Conclusion: Nice tank, solid and pretty durable. Definitely need a drop or something to move the tank because it is so large. Massive amount of shots per fill if you can get the full 4500psi.
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

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