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2nwyka Wednesday, December 7th, 2011
Period of
Product Use:
1 year0 of 5 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
9oz CO2 tanks
Ninja 48/3000
Marker Setup: WGP 2K4 Superstock
-14" Stiffi Classic (.689)
-WGP Hinge w/ flame trigger
-STO Ram
-WT Drop forward
-Ninja 62/3000
-Viewloader Revvy X
-WT Chrome Beavertail
-Engraved WGP Grips

2k0 AutoCocker
-10" AutoCocker standard barrel
-Stock Pneumatics
-Stock bolt
VL Triton II
-12" Carbon-fiber barrel
-Custom paint job
-7/8" M4 Shroud
-M4 Gas-thru magazine
Strengths: Consistant
Black
Durable
User friendly
Comfortable
Weaknesses: HEAVY!
Doesn't last as long as CO2
O-rings damaged easily
Review: So, I bought myself a brand new Ninja 62/3000 tank as an upgrade from my 9ozs (skipped larger CO2 and went straight to the good stuff) when I bought my 2k0 Cocker. It has served me well through many battles. Now, on to the review:

Appearance:
This wasn't really a determining factor in my purchase, but it is an added bonus. It looks nice, with a Ninja logo on the side and a small gauge that doesn't hang up on things when you slide or dive. It's shaped ergonomically, too, so it tucks nicely into your shoulder.

Price:
HPA tanks aren't cheap. This one ran me about $65 plus shipping, so it was on the lower end. It also is only a 3000psi (that's what my field will fill to, and at tournaments I have free air, so I don't need a 4500.), so it was a lot cheaper to buy.

Weight:
This thing is a brick. It weighs about 4 pounds (by my scale) and causes my drop-forwards to flex when I run.

Overall experience:
Fantastic product from Ninja. I would definitely buy another one (and I may if I get into serious tournament play.
Conclusion: Buy it. Whether you get a 4500 or a 3000, large or small, Ninja will not let you down!
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

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