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Grimmjpr Sunday, February 15th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Nitro Duck 68/3000 HPA, and good old CO2 tanks.
Marker Setup: Set up 1: Blood Red Nightkast Cocker, 14 inch Evil Pipe, Egg II with y board, Evil delrin bolt, Worr gas 70/4500 pre-set.
Set up 2: 96' AGD Mini Mag with level 7 A.I.R Valve, Level 10 bolt, 9 Volt Revvy, Z-Valve, HPA valve piston, Hurricane Labs 8 hole mod, 12 inch J&J ceramic, 16 inch Smart Parts All American, Smart Parts gas-thru stock, Intelliframe, HPA.(back up gun)
Set up 3: 95' F2 illustrator, 12 inch Armson rifled, 9 Volt Revvy, bottom line set up, 20 oz CO2, or my HPA.(back up back up gun hehe)
Strengths: Consistant
Light
hold lots of air
made by Worr
compact
Weaknesses: I found none, but not all shops can fill to 4500 PSI
Review: I have the 70 CI/4500 PSI pre-set Worr Gas set up......and it is great, Light compact and it keeps my Nightkast at a small variance of about +/- 3 to 4 FPS........filled to 4500 PSI i shot about 1100 rounds at approx 225 FPS and i was left with 2000 PSI in the tank, lasts a long time. The valve recharges very fast and i see no drop off even during rapid firing. I love this tank.
Conclusion: I would recommend this to anyone looking for a nice HPA tank. I paid 250 for it and i feel it is a great tank for the money and is prefect for high volume markers that need a high flow of air, and for higher end marker owners on a budget( i didn't want to spend 500 bucks on a HPA set- up. I would buy it again if i was to do it all over again. I give it a 10 based on price, size, performance, and value per dollar.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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