I have used several of the high end adjustable air tanks, and the biggest problem that I have with them is that once you have those tanks installed on your marker, there is no getting them off. You have to completely disassemble the tank system to get it off (if you need to work on it for example)
With the fixed output tank, you simply unscrew it,,,,, DONE!
Worried that the 16yr old filling tanks is treating every gun he gets his hands on like they were 50.00 Brass Eagle's? No problem, just unscrew the tank and hand him that!
Get a leak, and want to install a backup, no problem! Unscrew the tank and install a backup (for 170, you can get 2 crossfire's and your still under the cost of an Apocolypse!)
Performance, oh this is where I think the story gets even better! I get +- 3 fps on each shot. It performs amazingly consistent. I also believe it allows just as much flow as the higher end adjustable tanks I have owned, meaning I do not notice significant shot drop-off on rapid fire.
I believe the crossfire tanks are just as durable as any other tank out there on the market.
The fact that you now dont have to double regulate the airflow into your marker should actually provide some improvement in the consistency and flow of the air into your marker.
This is really a nice tank, price/performance/cost make this tank ideal! I would recommend this to anybody.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, July 11th, 2003 at 3:03 pm PST