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Pacman32 Saturday, July 26th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month16 of 19 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
I used to use Co2, but have upgraded to PMI Nitrogen
Marker Setup: A 98 Custom with a 14 in. DYE Xcel, Dead on Paintball Pro Style drop forward, 32 Degrees Hyperstar Bolt, and 48 cu in. 3000 PSI Compressed Air Bottle
Strengths: -Little drop off!
-Very consistent
-Quiet
-Clean
-Easy to refill
Weaknesses: -A little heavy
Review: This is a great product. I recently used it for the first time and saw the difference. There is VERY LITTLE DROP OFF over long distances, and it even improved my accuracy. The biggest flaw is that it is a little heavy, but does not effect the performance. I recommend upgrading to any nitrogen system, but this is the cheapest, best one out there for first time up-graders. I got tired of putting liquid Co2 into my gun because it rusted some of my internals. Also, the consistency of Co2 sucks. Get more years out of your gun by putting a cleaner air source through it, and you will watch the opposition cower in fear. Before upgrading to this PMI 3000 psi 48 cu in. I really didn't think it would enhance the performance of my gun that much. Wrong indeed I was. If you're looking for an upgrade, I very strongly recommend this one. To search for the cheapest prices online, check ebay. People sell these things new for dirt cheap and even sometimes with free shipping. Look into purchasing nitrogen, and not only benefiting yourself, but the health of your gun.
Conclusion: For your next upgrade, purchase this tank. Demonstrates clean, efficient, consistent use and comes with a gauge.
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

Review Comments
kujo006 Wednesday, December 8th, 2004 | 6:51 am PST
"The biggest flaw is that it is a little heavy, but does not effect the performance"
it doesn't affect the tank but if it's heavy it will affect your performance on the field.
   

SpyderFenix Thursday, March 3rd, 2005 | 2:30 pm PST
"There is VERY LITTLE DROP OFF over long distances, and it even improved my accuracy. "

What is this guy an IDIOT?!?!?! Improves velocity, and accuracy?! YOUR AN IDIOT!!! N2/Compressed air doesnt do this!!!
   

Robert951 Sunday, March 6th, 2005 | 9:39 am PST
It does improve your velocity, it keeps it consistent which inturn creates less drop so the balls dont keep dropping lower than where you are aiming.
   

SpyderFenix Monday, March 7th, 2005 | 5:15 am PST
It will not improve your oevrall distance, or accuracy.......it will help to improve conststancy, but not those.
   

footballn62 Friday, March 25th, 2005 | 7:17 pm PST
Ahh klasjdfl kjasdkl flasdkf lksdjf lk. KLHSLdf laksjdlfk jsldkfj ksadk fljasdk jskdlfj. AKh klfkladsjd ljsdkfjl sdkljfjkl. Is nitrogen really worth it.

And plus there aint no places to fill it except my local field which cost too much.
   

32* Rookie Wednesday, July 13th, 2005 | 7:08 pm PST
Not to be a pain in the arse, but liquid co2 can't rust internals, oxygen and water are the only two things that can cause rust. That put aside HPA is 100X better.
   

the unseen Friday, October 21st, 2005 | 11:08 pm PST
do you just want to argue spyder
   

Regrind Tuesday, April 25th, 2006 | 8:10 pm PST
im thinking,is hpa really cleaner.
consider the factors

in your hpa tank is a mixture of this(seriously it is)

oxygen
nitrogen
argon
etc on elements
exhaust fumes
nuclear waste from chernobyl(yes its true its everywhere)
flatulence
gassess from coal power plants
co2(yes it naturally occours in our atmosphere,imagine that)
ozone
dirt
water(causes rust with the oxygen mixed,i mean humidity here)
microscopic organisims
dust
fumes from glues solvents etc

just something to think about
   

Walnuts312 Thursday, May 25th, 2006 | 9:14 pm PST
Regrind, you made your point.
Plus, you think too much. Why?
From what I've been reading, what a pointless argument!
HPA IS BETTER. END
   

ballbreaker2007 Friday, May 11th, 2007 | 12:51 pm PST
32* rookie- in a co2 tank ther is about 2/10 of it liquid so im gonna say it probably would do some rusting...plus he said it did its not like he made it up:
   

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