Choose between a 47 cubic inch 3,000 psi aluminum tank - $229 or 68
cubic inch 3,000 psi fiber glass tank - $329. Features:
EZ Turn On/Off valve (1/4 turn), High and
Low pressure mini gauges (1,200 psi & 4,000 psi), Hardened
Q-D male fill port with back check valve,
Hardened Q-D male output,
Adjusts from 0 to 1,200psi (best between 700 to 1200),
Includes drop forward on-gun mount
(mounts to bottom of grip frame and also reverses to backward mount)
, Crossfire blow-off disc assembly,
Black Hardlube anodized aluminum construction,
Easy to adjust Airgun Designs style regulator nut with Lock Ring.
The Airgun Designs Flatline Air System is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
It comes with it's own mounting system, which is a plus because it can be hard to find a good drop forward/craddle. It kept up with my Bushmaster, and I didnt see any shootdown. Its compact and lightweight.Really easy to adjust preasure.Its ADJUSTABLE!!!! its a good thing trust me.
It only comes in 3000 psi and might not cut it for some people. Remember the built in drop forward I mentioned earlier? Well it can be a prob for someone that wants thier tank further to the front of the gun. It fit perfectly for me so it doesnt bother me.
You get what you pay for, a high performing easy to operate 3000 psi nitrogen system. I loved this tank, I sold it with my Bushmaster but i'm thinkin about getting another one for my Angel Lcd.
Its small, light, and very cute... 2 guages for monitoring the pressure for the tank and out put pressure to the gun. Comes with its own df. Was easy to mount on my minimag and adjusting the pressure was as easy as changing the velocity on a gun. Plus the guages arnt big and bulky, like the air americas which i think are ugly looking.
The drop forward is kinda small, but it works.
The AGD Flatline is an awesome tank for the money, very cheap. Knowing that the tank was made by Air Gun Designs makes it one of the best around, they got the best customer support in the buisness IMO. They included a AGD lion sticker which is cool also.
Consistent and easy to adjust, no leaks, keeps up with my cocker
hard to put on and take off
I have this running 3:1(tank:reg) to a low pressiure AA Vigilante at 300 I set the flatline to 900 and I'm as consistent as anyone could ever ask for. If you don't have the money for the max-flow, get this one, you'll be pleased!!!
I have the 47 cu in. model. And when set up on my automag it tucks into my body nicely so its really easy to snap shoot.
If you have it set up on a gun that has a built in regulator like an automag, you will find the accuracy and consistency is just as good as the $400-$500 tanks.
If you have trouble taking the tank on and off just grind down the allen wrench and it will be a lot easier.
Now only if they made a 4500 psi system the tank would be perfect, because it will be small, light and compact, and you will get a good amount of shots from it.
well, what can I say about a pretty awesome tank? so many good things about it; built in drop forward, super easy on/off switch, great customer support, easy to use reg. I bought mine used from my local proshop, AGD has them on backorder so he gave me his off of his backup marker. I have this mounted on my Piranha Pro, and I just can't get over how long a full tank lasts.
only a couple bad things; 90 day warranty( warranty was already gone when I bought it), and I wish they would come out with an 88 or 114 ci tank. drop forward thing wasn't a problem, pro installed it right away for me.
I would absolutely recommend this tank to anyone who is in the market for n2. you definately get your money's worth ( if not more), a good quality tank for the price.since this is the first n2 tank I've ever owned, I can't really make a comparison to other tanks as far craftsmanship goes. but, I'm very happy with mine and will probably keep it as long as I can.
I like this tank because it works well and is relativly cheap compared to most nitro tanks.i also like how easy it is to turn it off and on.its easy to change the presure , it's like they hacked the back off of a mag and put it on there.
hard to put on drop forward but there are other options on how to deal with this problem but otherwise there's nothing else i could find wrong
i think it is a great tank and i'd recomend it to anyone who wants a quality tank for a cheaper price
I love this tank. The drop forward, while not exactly beautiful, is just the right length for me, and perfectly balances my mag on the grip. The output PSI is easy to adjust if you know how to adjust a mag, because it's the same thing! The gauges are nice, and the fill nipple works fine on my ANS fill station.
The tank was hard to put on because the allen wrench it came with was larger than the space between te tank and the bottom of the drop forward. HOWEVER I simply fixed the problem by cutting about one centimeter off of the allen, and it fit fine.
I would definitely recommend this tank, you can get the 68 ci for about $250 nowadays. If you think about it, for the same price you can get a NON ADJUSTABLE tank for about $180, and a dropforward cradle for about $40. That's $220, only 30 bucks less than the flatline.