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tristanot Saturday, December 27th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
2 years
Products Used:
Crossfire Aluminum Cylinder
Marker Setup: Dye Dm6
CP Flow Plug
DP G3 Stock Barrel
Warrior Clamping Feedneck
Laser Eyes
Draxxus 68/4500 Tank
JT Proflex Revolutions
Proto 4+5 pack, Dye Locklids Red
Proto Tank Cover
Dye Rotor(RED)
Strengths: LIght
Smaller than other 68/4500
Switchability(HP to LP)
Weaknesses: Price maybe, you get what you pay for
Review: This is one of the best tanks available. I love the size, weight, looks, and switchability. I am using it in HP, but I will prob. turn it to LP when I get my Angel. I love this tank.
I was used to my heavy Crossfire Aluminum tank, but this was like taking off a brick from my gun setup. It is so much lighter than my crossy, and even lighter than most P.e. tanks. I love the reg personally, enough to keep the gun at a nice distance.
I like the shots per fill, and it especially small for a 68/45k
I gotta say, DXS brought out one of the best tanks on the market.
Conclusion: Greatest tank, buy it. Much better than any P.E. tank, or even any Crossy. It looks dang sexy too.
And also, being smaller and lighter than most 68/45ks, it is totally worth the more $$$.
9 out of 10

Review Comments
egopb Thursday, January 29th, 2009 | 8:10 pm PST
Should i get 68/45 or 48/45?

tristanot Friday, January 30th, 2009 | 4:36 am PST
It all depends on you and your situation. For example, if you have a field with pay per fill, get the 68/45k hands down. If you are going for considerably more shots per tank, get the 68/45k. If you want to spend a little less, get the 68/45k.
If you want something SUPER small and super tiny, get the 48/45k. The same goes with it, it is tiny and makes your gun setup super light and tight.
But, it does have less shot capacity, etc.
Both are great, me personally, I like the feel of having a bigger tank.
But, if you have more money and want a lighter tighter setup, and a field that is all day air, then get the 48/45k. Either one is amazing.

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