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C-Mag Friday, July 25th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
Pure Energy 68/3000 fiberwraped- Very good, no complaints but the regulator does not compare to the Bulldog 3

Pure Energy 48/3000 aluminum- VERY good for a 70$ HPA tank

Crossfire 69/3000 steel stub- Good regulator, kina heavy, makes that anoying ping sound that you only get from a aluminum tank

Worrgas adgustable- Excelant, the best tank I have ever used. However I am hesitant to say this is similar, because it is entirely different
Marker Setup: 2003 vert Cocker
Freak Barrel
CP Flame Drop with on/off
Empire Reloder
Twister Bolt
Dye 45 frame
(more to come)

VSC Phantom with blue acid wash and Dye Izon sight

Strengths: Best pre-set regulator on the market, period. Light, fiberwraped, looks good
Weaknesses: I hear rumors of a bad safty record. No problems yet
Review: I traded my Pure Energy tank for this after a day of play. The regulator is the best pre-set that I know of. Over the radar I hit 257, 257, 257, 262, 260, 263, 261. That aint bad for a pre-set. Please note that the chrono was taken using my Spyder AMG with a Thor reg and Tornato valve. The tank is also very light, like all fiberwraped tanks. It looks good, but that hardly matters to me, as I beleive in function over form. I have read from sevral sorces that this tank has serious safty risks, including the pin-valve shooting off, burst disks blowing before exceeding the pressure rating, and strand unravling on the fibrewraped tanks. So far, I have found none of these to be true. I play on a team that swears by Bulldog tanks, and none of my six teamates have had any problem, except for one who blew a burst disk, but I beleive that he was making an excuse for not paying attention. I have also talked to two local pro shops, and they highly recomended the tanks with no mention of saftey concernes.
Conclusion: The best pre-set tank on the market today. It also comes at a good price. I highly recomend it to any mid to high level player who does not need, or is not ready to invest in an adgustable tank. As far as the saftey concerns, I beleive in Inocent until proven guilty. If and when I have any problems, I will edit this review.
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

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