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Skangar Tuesday, January 13th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
3 months0 of 1 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
No other Nitro, 20oz SP anti-syphoned on/off valve Co2, regular Co2 Tanks
Marker Setup: TES, Dye Ultralite, ACI Bulldog III 88/4500, CP drop, Rico2k
Strengths: Works perfect
Nice looking
Weaknesses: Hmmm, It looses a little pressure if filled for long periods.
Review: I used Co2 on every gun I have ever had and I got sick of the velocity fluctuations, temperature change, and the gun freezing, so I finnaly stepped up to Compressed air. I Love it. It is an 88ci, but with my drop the gun is balanced and light. The tank is lighter than a filled 16oz co2 tank. The only thing I have experienced is that I had it filled a week before I played, and just sitting in my room it lost 500psi. So to fix that just fill it at most a few days before you play, or better yet THE day you play. The reg is ultra polished and nice looking. It was very cheap and is wasome. It would be a perfect 10 except for the lost pressure thing.
Conclusion: I love it. I will never touch Co-POO again! Great tank and is very cheap, Buy it if your a Pro or novice, it awsome.
9 out of 10

Review Comments
lackskill Wednesday, April 28th, 2004 | 5:44 pm PST
The change in air pressure is probably due to the fact that when you fill a tank the air gets hot and expands therefore your gauge reads higher pressure. As it sits it cools down and the pressure drops. The volume of the air stays the same but the pressure changes.

Azmodon Thursday, October 27th, 2005 | 1:20 pm PST
actually the volume/pressure goes down, it's the mass that stays the same. (Hot air expands = takes up more room, A.K.A. more volume = more pressure to the walls of the tank(and gauge))

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