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headshothoncho Monday, March 2nd, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
2 years
Products Used:
Nitro Duck
Marker Setup: ego 07
48/45 CP tank
halo v35
Strengths: NEVER going to break
Weaknesses: Heavy
Review: I used to own this tank and I have to say... really good tank. I dropped it right on it's regulator probably 20 times and it never had a ding. Only thing I ever had to do to maintain it was change the o-ring every once in a while. It IS kid of heavy, and once I started playing snake I switched to a 45/45 CP. This tank is perfect for back/mid players, but front guys might want to think about switching to a smaller tank. Crossfire has the best tanks in the world, and if they had a 45/45 stubby I would use it. Really good tank. Overall I give it a 9, because it's pretty much perfect besides the weight.
Conclusion: Like I said, perfect for back/mid players.
Good for front players but might be a bit heavy for all the running/sliding the little guys do.
9 out of 10

Review Comments
Soul06 Thursday, June 11th, 2009 | 10:33 am PST
"if they had a 45/45 stubby I would use it"

That comment makes NO sense as the Stubby and the 45/45 are approx. the same length. The difference in size between the two is the circumference.

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