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PaintnSk8r Wednesday, February 7th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
Products Used:
Nothing compares
Marker Setup: Proto PM6 w/ hybrid bolt back and cp sling trigger
Halo b hopper w/ a rip drive
48/45 CP Peanut Tank
Strengths: Small
Light
High capacity
Sweet lookin
Weaknesses: Small leak in gauge
Review: Ok i got this tank for christmas and i was really excited. I had read about the CP tanks having small leaks in the gauge and mine did and it lost i think 150 psi in a day, so it was a very small leak. i let all the air out of the tank and put a a seal of teflon tape aroue the gauge and it has worked perfect since. i screwed this into my proto and the first thing i noticed was how light and compact and light my setup was. once i got out onto the field i realized that i could go forever on a tank, which is a combination of my gun and my tank.
Conclusion: Overall this is an amazing tank, and it is really nice to have a tank light enough and small enough to play the front, but with enough capacity to play back. I would reccomend this tank to anyone
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

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