Bulldog regulators are the only regulators on the market that have a downstream burst disk for extra player safety. The Bulldog preset and the adjustable regulators are available with 3000-psi 47ci. aluminum tanks or fiber-wrapped tanks in 68ci. or 110ci.
The ACI Bulldog Air System is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
this tank rules.. put it on a tippman and it makes it shoot like a dream.. no joke!! the consistency is great, just make sure to adjust the regulator after every fill!! also, i would reccomend a drop forward, i have the biggest tank, and it is quite large!!
you have toadjsut the regulator after every fill, at least i have to.
good tank, i got a deal on it so it is even better, pick one up to compete with the best!
all right, i dont know about the ACI one, but i have the pmi perfect reg (aci bought the design and resold it as the bulldog). its reliable, but that is about it.
visible shoot down. in a large field, i fired a rapid string of shots and that first ball was at least 30 feet in front of the last one. really inconsistant. not worth as much as the bottle it is put on.
dont get it. it will cause more problems than co2.one thing i forgot to put under bad, you cant turn the output up past 800 psi cause it will start leaking out were the adjusting screw is. this is a bad thing cause blow-back normally run at about 850 psi. it is also VERY inconsistant at its max output (not surprising, really).
Price and just flat works, don't know why some many other here have had problems.
Its white, get a good cover and that's no issue.
It works, its cheap. I use mine as a stock, no cradle or drop forward for me, and with a good cover it tucks neatly into my shoulder and stays there. My gun is an Automag and shoot-down on rapid fire has no problem so far. I just flat like it.
This tank is pretty good, I use it on my tribal twister 2.2, the thing is i got one of the bad ones so i had to contact aci and they told what was wrong and sent me parts to fix it. now its good again. i also bought a 32 degreez 68ci psi 4500
i put it at 850psi on my tribal as well and i found out that it sucks air like crazy!
also i found out that rps were a reason as well. I used Powerball and was shooting over limit. so paint is also a concern.
anyways this tank is great dual regs and guages this tanks is great
only that i got a bad tank and had to get free parts from aci
i paid somewhat like 230 for it , its working great so i think so
i would recemend it
Well this is a great entry level nitro tank. i wouldn't recomend it for anyone that wants to be shooting lik 11+ balls a second. but if you have a non electric gun and wnat to upgrade to nitro, this is the tank for you.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, January 29th, 2005 at 7:43 am PST
i bought this 68 ci 3000 psi for 150 before they raised the price to 200. i run it with my mag, and everything is perpect. people talk about slow recharge but i dont have a problem with that...but i guess that becaus i cant shoot fast.(it only takes one shot to get someone out).the tank looks nice and the guage is easy to read.
the only bad thing i can see about the tank is that it is white. many people have said that it gets dirty, but all you have to do is put a nitro cover on it for any extra 10 dollars.
this tank is definitley worth the 150 i bought it for(they raised the price to 200.00 hahahaha)its an excellent tank. i have no problems with it. you should get one
10 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, January 29th, 2005 at 7:50 am PST