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skateordie1219 Saturday, June 16th, 2007
The accuracy of this review is disputed. Please see discussion below.
Period of
Product Use:
3 months25 of 27 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
Dye throttle - Way more expensive and a bit lighter but bigger

PMI - Heavier, not as efficient

Java - Ewwwww
Marker Setup: Proto Matrix rail w/ ND trigger, ASA, and rear bolt cap
Tadao musashi 7 PM7 board
Ultralight barrel with 12" and 14" tips
Crossfire 70/4500 Stubby
Halo B v35
Dye Invision i3 Goggle
Mantis 3+2 pack
Strengths: Size
Weight
Consistency
Shots per fill
Weaknesses: None!
Review: I bought this tank for my pmr a few months ago and i was really amazed by how light and small it is for how many shots you get from it. I am going to list everything seperate though.

Size
It is a very small tank, just one inch shorter than a standard 48/3000 tank and one inch thicker. You can really pull your marker in tight even without a drop when you use this tank.

Weight
The weight on this tank is also pretty good, its not the lightest but it is light enough at 2.85 pounds when full.

Effieciency
I get about 1200-1400 shots per fill with my PMR. I think thats very good, my friend only gets 1100 tops with his PMI tank.

Reg/Gauge
The reg is nice and short and keeps the air flow very high and consistent, the gauge is very accurate (+/- 50 psi) and dpes not get in the way at all.

Price
I got mine for $150 new on ebay but they run about $180 which is cheaper then most carbon wrap tanks, let alone stubbys (PMI 68/45 costs 200 and dye costs 225)

Conclusion: Very good, light consistent tank, would recommend for any front/mid player.

Please let me know if this review was helpful, also please comment it with any questions or challenges to my review. Or just to let me know how good of a job i did
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

Review Comments
pantherfan88 Wednesday, March 26th, 2008 | 5:15 am PST
Dispute:
your gun gets more shots per fill than your friends gun. 1st off is his pmi the same size and psi as yours? 2nd is his tank filled slowly or "hot"??? 3rd you failed to mention what kind of gat your friend is using because if you use the exact same tank on your pmr and then fill it again and use it on something like a tippman are you going to blame the tank for loss of effiecentcy??
   

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