Red anodized, 1/2 milled AKA Viking #714
Dead-On Drop Forward
Black Macro-Line Kit
Very Heavy Duty Tank
Weaknesses include regs that don't do what they say they do
This tank 3000 psi 47 ci, Claims to be 850 psi fixed output--not
After being sent back to crossfire and a new reg put on, still no 850 psi.
Even though it puts out more than enough pressure (about 785-795psi), I still wanted 850 psi. All tests were performed buy a local certified airsmith so it was the reg and not operator error. I did allow for several thousand shots for a break-in period.
I can't say that I'll spend my own money on other Crossfire products but as for their customer service, their are super fast with attempted repairs
I am assuming that you are running a AKA sidewinder on that Viking. AKA does not recommend above 800 psi for a sidewinder. The output pressure of 785 should actually be a bit better. Sending it back to get it up to 850 may just hurt your consistency.
It wouldn't hurt his consistency at all. And 800 is definitely all you need but 850 is the max for a sidewinder. Realistically, you could probably go even higher but it isn't recommended. And if you go on Crossfires site they advertise a 450 and an 800. Unless they only changed it recently it does exactly what it says. Well.....almost (795 in this case).
Last edited on Monday, January 5th, 2004 at 4:26 pm PST
lol and u have a friggin' viking and your using a 3000 psi 47 ci high pressure tank?!
for one: aka's are what? o yeah, low pressure experts
secondly: u spend maybe 800-900 on a gun and u buy a freakin 80 dollar tank??
somethings wrong here...
You see, there's a simple reason why he did that. The world today uses a type of bartering that's called a money system. You trade money for a product. Effectively, this money does nothing but make you feel better about yourself. When a person usues this money, they no longer have it, which means they have to wait and work to gain more of this money. High-end paintball guns will not use CO2...Let's say you buy the gun, hoping to play in a tournament in a few days. Spending $200 on a tank is not the cheap, quick answer to a person's money problem. So they buy a cheaper tank, in hope that they will gain enough money to buy the more high-end tanks later on.