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Old 05-08-2006, 04:57 PM   #1
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I dont like my stubby so im selling it my friend. I was looking at PMI 45/45. Its small and tight. I assume ill get 600 shots. Is that about right? Another option im seriously considering is the 68/45 Smartparts tanks with max-flo micro. I love the idea of having the reg under the grip cuz im not big so i dont want to be like 1 foot away from my gun. Just wondering what you guys thot about it.

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Old 05-08-2006, 06:29 PM   #2
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I dont like my stubby so im selling it my friend. I was looking at PMI 45/45. Its small and tight. I assume ill get 600 shots. Is that about right? Another option im seriously considering is the 68/45 Smartparts tanks with max-flo micro. I love the idea of having the reg under the grip cuz im not big so i dont want to be like 1 foot away from my gun. Just wondering what you guys thot about it.

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alright first off, i would look into crossfire 45/45 instead of PMI 45/45 because the crossfire has a much better recharge rate than the PMI.

now with the maxflow tanks, what do you mean by having the reg under the grip?every tank has a regulator.the maxflow is basically a tank that comes with a rail,on/off asa,and regulator.

i would look into crossfire,macdev, or center flag tanks.
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Old 05-08-2006, 06:58 PM   #3
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alright first off, i would look into crossfire 45/45 instead of PMI 45/45 because the crossfire has a much better recharge rate than the PMI.

now with the maxflow tanks, what do you mean by having the reg under the grip?.
What i mean is that the maxflo reg is under the grip cutting length down to only having the tank stick out. Ya crossfire tanks are good but all i have access in Canadian sites is the 68/45 and its effin huge. 12-13 inches. Ill just get a HP tank and it'll have a fine re-charge.
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Old 05-08-2006, 07:07 PM   #4
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What i mean is that the maxflo reg is under the grip cutting length down to only having the tank stick out. Ya crossfire tanks are good but all i have access in Canadian sites is the 68/45 and its effin huge. 12-13 inches. Ill just get a HP tank and it'll have a fine re-charge.
well the reg is under the grip because of the on/off asa and rail that is attatched to the maxflow.thats what asa and rails do.shorten your setup.but i get what you mean.you can go the same way and probably cheaper by buying the crossfire then buying your own asa.

really, the 68/45 tanks aren't that big.they're actually really nice sized tanks.though 45/45 will alow you to play tighter(front players).but i dunno where you could find anything for $200ca.try badlands paintball or canadianpaintball.com those are the only 2 canadian paintball sites i know of.
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Old 05-09-2006, 12:01 AM   #5
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I would certainly avoid the PMI tanks - we receive a higher number of reports of PMI tanks leaking than any other brand. The Micro Max-Flo should be fine.

Please do not double post - it just wastes space. Have a little patience and your question will be answered in time. Might have helped if you posted in the Air Systems forum rather than Dye.
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