PBK Sabre Trigger
06 Sonic Clamping Feedneck
PowerLyte Barrel Kit
CP mini-rail w/CP on off
2006 FEP Quest
Chip Board w/NOX
FEP Zero Drop Reg
Consistency, Quality parts (most of them)
Little heavy, LP burst disk
I've had this tank for a little over 3 years and, for the most part, it has been good to me. I've never had any problems as far as the regulator supplying ait to my markers or consistency.
For the better part of 2 1/2 years I had no problems what so ever. But at a tournament one day the low pressure burst disk blew out. I thought maybe it was just normal wear and tear on the part, or maybe it had something to do with the fill station at the tournament (2 other people had the same thing happen to them). So I called Crossfire and told them what happened. They asked to me to send it in to get the reg rebuilt. Customer service was top notch. I payed to send it in, but they didn't even charge me to rebuild the reg or to ship it back. The tank worked perfectly after the rebuild until recently.
After another tournament (different place than the previously mentioned tournament) my low pressure burst disk blew again. Granted, this is about 9 months after the first time. The tank held pressure for well over 24 hours at about 4300psi (it's a 4500psi tank). And then at about 3am the tank blew the disk and woke me up out of a dead sleep. I replaced the burst disk myself and put air back on it. The tank worked great for the majority of practice the next weekend but then it blew the disk again. I can see a repeating pattern here. So I'm going to stop using this tank on a regular basis and use it as a back up.
My overall expeience with the Crossfire tank is a good one. Minus some annoying problems. I do recommend this tank to anyone who wants a very consistently feeding tank but doesn't mind a little bit of extra weight. 8 out of 10.