The helpful gage
No Air Leakage
No ball drop-off
A bit heavy
I received this item for christmas and was quite happy when I got it. The next day I took it out for testing. I used some Draxxus Rec-Sport paint. I first tried it our with my nine ounce. Not very good, I had a feeling the tank was nearly empty after a just a little play. I tried with my 20 ounce co2 tank and the results seemed to be about the same. Then when I put on the Crossfire tank, I was amazed at how little Air leakage there was. Just an extreamly quick "whisp" and it was in. I shot an entire hopper and every ball went strait, flat, and went out of site. (My gun did have a flatline barrel) I was very impressed. The next day we had bunch of small four man games in my back yard. We used teams of two and I saw a great deal of wonderful preformance. At the end of the day the tank was almost empty, but it kept shooting strait until it's very last shot.
Deffinetaly a great thing to buy for your first step up to nitrogen. It is deffinetaly a good price for what you get. It gets a ten out of ten for it's wonderful performance.
The size is the difference. A stubby looks....well stubby. Its shorter and will hold more air than the 47 (hence 68civs47ci). a 47ci will most likely remind you of a 20oz CO2 tank...but a bit bigger and has a reg.
Blue tanks have a fixed output pressure of 450 psi for low pressure guns (like my autococker) Red tanks have a fixed output pressure of 850 psi for high pressure guns that run co2 (spyders tippmanns etc)
You meen a GX-5 ? cocker or what ? specify the manifactuere and i can give you more detailed info. If it is a cocker though, then it will most liley run low pressure, all autocockers run low pressure, so get a low pressure output tank for this one.
68/300 is not a stubby size tank, it's the same size as a 68/45000, which is longer than a 45/4500 tank, and (if you read the product description) it says that the stubbs tanks are shorter than a 45/4500 tank.
Also this is not the place for an off-topic thread. If you have nothing to say about this man's review, then do not post comments here.
Last edited on Saturday, July 8th, 2006 at 8:04 pm PST