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Fatal CC Thursday, February 8th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
3 months2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

4 years
Products Used:
Co2 (the devil gas)
Wargames 50/ 3000
Smart Parts 47/3000
Marker Setup: Smart Parts Ion
Warrior Body
NDZ Trigger
CP Shorty Reg
Progressive Barrel
Max-Flo Mini ASA
Crossfire 45/ 4500
Strengths: Low Weight
Small Size
Amazing amount of air in such a small tank
Weaknesses: Price, $209 highest $190 lowest expensive
Carbon Fibers arent the strongest
*see review*
Review: Review For: Crossfire 45/ 4500 Fiberwrapped Tank

Ok So I first went into the nitro feild with a Wargames 50/ 3000 tanka and that was big, heavy, cumbersome, and just all around eugh. I wanted to go back to co2 so badly. I then bought a tank from smart parts and slapped that on my ion. It was lighter smaller, and a bit nicer but the weight was what was pissin me off. I then went to buy me and invert mini and though, i need a carbon fiber tank.

I picked up this bad boy at The tank got here and I am more than impressed. Its 4500 psi and it only weighs 2 lbs! the same weight as the mini. Light marker system? I think so! So the performance, then handleing and everything on this tank is great. Last tank I will ever buy, but for the price, I'd hoope so. This tank, like all good nitros is pricey. If you want carbon fiber but dont want to put out the cash then I say go with the pure energy 68/ 3000, but I sya go the extra mile of performace and grab one of these tanks.

I do advise all tank users though, carbon fibers are not as stong as aluminum. If you are a scenario player then pick up an aluminum or brag a hella good tank cover because the carbon fibers have been known to break if droppped on a rock or something hard and pointy. Its only from things that I have heard but its not worth the risk.
Conclusion: Great nitro, Last one I will ever buy. I reccomend this to anyone who want to own on the paintball feild, especially fowards and midis. Id giv her a 9.5 because a product can always be better.My official rating is a 9 because nothing deserves a 10 and they are just handed out round here.
9 out of 10

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