The modern paintball player demands a small lightweight, high flow, consistent preset. However, the LegionAir system delivers much more:
>High quality macdev mini gauge
>Filtered standard inlet nipple
>5K burst disc
>100% pressure tested before shipping
>high quality fibre wrapped bottle
>Stainless steel screws
Many presets can be up to 400psi above the advertised set pressure - this does not happen with the LegionAir, each unit is set to within 25psi of the advertised pressure (no more 1200psi presets!).
The LegionAir preset system is designed for use with a standard bottomline adaptor.
Angel Speed 05 (Dust Black)
45 Trigger Frame
Custom Products Rail and ASA set-up
Mac Dev LegionAir 68/4500 Preset LP tank
Size makes it fit oddly into Dye covers
This is the best tank I have ever used. My Angel 05 made a complete turn around when I attached this thing to it. I have mch tighter shot groupings, there is less choppage, the kick is consistent. All of this leads to more eliminations.
When I got the package directly from Kai on PBNation in March I thought he jipped me because the package was so light. I opened it to find the nicest looking tank. It has a great looking fiber wrap and the reg is stylishly milled.
THe consistency of a tank is the major factor in making up its worth, and this is the best there is.
The aluminum is high quality, and so is the annodizing. I have not bent my threads or wore off the anno on them in 6 months of playing every weekend.
THe only downside is the tightness of the Dye tank covers on this tank. It makes it hard to proove to refs that your tank is in hydro.
Edit, I forgot to add that the guage on the tank is very small (good) and it is pretty accurate. It is almost the same as the guages on the fill stations.
I would recommend this to anyone looking for a cheap, light, and consistent preset tank. It is not perfect due to the shape. 10=perfect
9 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, August 17th, 2005 at 4:00 pm PST