PPS Brass barrel w/ Apex tip
Palmer's Male Stabilizer
Armson Prodot sight w/ Lapco offset rail
OPSGEAR G36 folding stock
CMI micro-coil remote
Lightning fast recharge rate
Stable output pressure - very consistent
After it was broken in, there were none
I've got an 88 cubic inch, 4500 psi, 850 psi output iteration of Crossfire's fiber wrapped tanks. I was really excited when it showed up on my front door. It's a pretty big bottle, but at 88ci, that's kinda expected. I use a remote, so it's not like I have to heft it around. I've played with it on-gun before, and it's just slightly too big for comfort, but a drop forward would go a long way to help that out.
When I first got it, there was a tiny leak at the threads of the 7k burst disc. I checked out Crossfire's website and they said that it was no big deal; it happens occasionally on new bottles. Just empty the bottle and put some thread sealer or teflon tape on there. I did, and it's been perfect ever since.
One of my teammates got a PMI 88/4500 at about the same time I did. The first major test of our tanks was at a big scenario game, and he blew the seal on the fill nipple about halfway through. To date, he's been through maybe 3 or 4 nipples (in about 3 months). I don't know if it's the tank or how he fills them, but it's getting understandably annoying.
As for the performance of my Crossfire tank, I couldn't be happier. It's got my velocity to +/- 3 fps on a Tippmann blowback. And even at 25 bps (yes, Tippmanns can cycle that fast... no, its not really recommended... no, I don't play with that ROF, I was only testing stuff out) there's no shootdown that I notice.
This is arguably the best air system out right now. Once I worked out that initial air drip, it's been the perfect propellant system. I'm very happy, and you will be too if you pick one up.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, November 24th, 2007 at 1:16 am PST