* Light, compact and will give you up to 1000 shots with a full fill.
* Includes low pressure drop in kit!
* Output pressure is preset to 850psi.
* Consistent Flow Technology piston
* Mil-spec Belleville springs
* Dual safety rupture plugs for both bottle and downstream safety
* Mechanical gauge
* Nickel plated brass bonnet
* Certified fill nipple
* Dual locking set screws
* 5 year hydro test date
The Invert 56ci 4500psi is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used. Check out the Places to Buy links below for places to purchase it new.
NDz Vert ASA
NDz Slik Trigger
-Amount of Air
-Tank Covers "might" be difficult to find.
Bought this tank at a local store for $180. My neoprene Smart Parts Rase tank cover fit on it fine. It has a Pure Energy regulator, which some people do not like, but I have not had any problems with them in the past. The tank is the length of a PMI 45ci 4500psi tank, but has the width of a PMI 68ci 4500psi tank. It balances really well on my Shocker and PM6, I haven't really got to test its efficiency, but it should be about half way between the 45/45 and the 68/45.
If you want to see comparison shots with a PMI 45/45 and a PMI 68/45 go here:
Like most other things in paintball, its all about preference and the way something feels. I say try before you buy. In my opinion the tank is great and makes using my markers more comfortable.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, April 11th, 2008 at 4:09 pm PST
silver evil minion
32 degrees blue medium drop forward
warrior clamping feed neck
dye ultralite barrel- blue back/silver front
dye ul frame-blue
stock trigger--- love it
dye hyper 4 inline regulator
vl velocity jr.
56cu/4500 psi invert tank
good pressure flow
lots of shots from it
Maybe too small for some people but great for me
this tank is light easy to clean very nice looking and it fits the 48cu size so there isn't any confusion on weather or not you need to get a 56cu. tank cover.
tank gets 1000 shots off on a full fill
now the 68/4500 gets 1100 shots off on a full fill
soooo you do the math
I bought the tank for $150 at the place i work at
Lightweight, Small and compact. Definitely makes for a tighter setup. About the same height as a 45ci, and about the same width as a 68ci. The tank is more for front/mid players. About 1000 shots off a full fill. Fits nice in the shoulder. I'm 6'2'' and the tank sets the marker far enough away for me to obtain optimum trigger walking.
I recommend getting this if you like a tighter more compact setup.