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JFroese2007 Friday, November 23rd, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
3 years
Products Used:
pmi fiber wrapped
pmi steel
dye throttle
Marker Setup: Gun: Ion
Virtue Board, Virtue Eyes, L7 Bolt, 360 Qev, Q-lock, Killa Detents, 07 Powerlyte Body, Critical Trigger, NDZ on/off asa

Hater Board

Pmi 45/4500 Peanut
Dye Rhino

Grey E-vents
Ninja Black Lense
Strengths: Looks
Weaknesses: Leaks
Bad Customer Support
Horrible Effiency
Review: Ok, so ive been hearing a lot of good things about crossfire tanks. So, i went out and bought one for my backup gun, let me tell you, bad idea. I go to fill it, and it starts making this weirrd sound, sounded like it was going to explode. Anyway i put about, 1500 psi in it, and for my ion, thats good for about 200 shots, give or take. So i started ripping and, about a pod later, im out of air, wondering why this happened. So i just ignored it and started to fill up again, and then it leaked, like a baaad leak. so i called crossy CS and they did S*** all for me, so im stuck with this $240 piece of crap. yeah.
Conclusion: Well, i guess i probably got a bad one, seeing how all the other reviews are decent, but this is my tank, my review, my money, so it gets a 3.
3 out of 10

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