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aaron_mag Monday, August 6th, 2001
Strengths: I have the 68ci 3000 pound fiber Crossfire so this review applies to that version. It is light and not too bulky. Gets alot of shots per fill. I played Speedball for three hours and still had 1000 pounds of pressure left. Its also easy to operate. You don't need to adjust anything from your typical CO2 ready gun. Just screw in the tank and go.
Weaknesses: I didn't like the price too much. I know fiber wrapped tanks are all expensive but I can't wait for them to come down in price. Also there seems to be quite a bit of variation in the velocity between shots (when I was testing it on a chrono).
Conclusion: Having HPA is absolutely necessary with a gun like the Automag. Otherwise you can't shoot too fast or the CO2 will go liquid. This screw up the internal O-rings etc. The only real problem with this tank is the price. Can't wait till the price starts coming down.
8 out of 10

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