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DSDM Wednesday, April 25th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
3 years
Products Used:
regular ASAs
Marker Setup: Smart Parts Ion
88 CI 45K Crossfire tank
Max Flo Micro
TechT L7 Bolt
Smart parts Freak Jr Barrel
New designz QEV
clamping feed neck
Egg II loader
Strengths: Allows you to move your tank to fit your body.
Weaknesses: Make sure where you play you can refill your tank.
No color options

Review: I like the max flow for a few reasons.

It can be adjusted to fit your body without dropping the tank and making your marker taller. You can get a tank that will fit your size body and you are done.
the quarter turn on/off is really nice.

If you need to empty your tank you simply disconnect the macro line off the nose and turn it on. The tank will flow until all the air is gone. No more dry firing or depressing the pin valve.

With the addition of a bulk air system you can reduce the tanks you have to one. (I used to have 10)

TSA compatible
Conclusion: If you live and play far away from a refill point stick with having a bunch of the normal HPA tanks
if you have your own bulk air station you should look into it it will save a lot of space and a lot of money.
10 out of 10Last edited on Thursday, April 26th, 2007 at 5:13 am PST

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