Prices start at $95 for 47ci and are $169 for 68ci, $179 for 88ci and $189 for 114ci. Features: 850 psi fixed output, manufactured to CGA & ASTM, high flow design, and lightning fast regulation when firing.
The Crossfire Air System is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used. Check out the Places to Buy links below for places to purchase it new.
I purchased my 45/4.5k crossfire tank for 190 dollars and was very impressed with the outcome. This is an incredible product that will greatly increase the consistency of your gun over co2. Now, i can play during winter, because i dont have to worry about my tank freezing up. My HPA tank is about the same weight as my 16oz chromoly tank, which is pretty impressive. Good tank to shoulder with.
Note: to keep your tank in good condition i suggest you buy a tank cover or make one (nothing beats a sock!)
Get this product! Awesome tank best company out there so consistent!! Many different sizes to choose from!
Black Spyder E-99 Avant
Smoke Empire reloader
Black Empire Twister 14"
32 degrees spring kit
68ci crossfire HPA tank
saving up for new drop forward and bottom line kit
I got this tank (a 68 ci) for about 160$ off 888 paintball.When i first got it it leaked a bit. After using it and shooting about 500 balls with it it finally "wore" in and stopped leaking. Besides that i havent had and problems with it. It is fiber wrapped and very light. It may seem heavy at first though if youre used to using CO2 tanks but compared to other HPA systems it is a very light tank.It also a great shot to shot consitency keeping all my shots in a 5 fps range.
This tank is great. If your looking at a nitro (HPA) system, go with a crossfire system. Ill give it a 9 cause i havent used many different nitro systems to base it on besides crossfire and centerflag.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, November 7th, 2004 at 1:00 pm PST
Piranha 2K2 G3 Ext Pro
SP 14" Big Daddy
Check -it Products Assault Block
Kapp drop-zone II w/ on-off
E-force 2K3 electronic trigger frame
68/ 3000 crossfire fiber-wrapped
Dye Rhino Tank Cover
12v Revvy w/ X-board
BIG gauge- i guess that's good
Iv'e used it about five times and had no problems. It was very consistent considering the fact that my reg was not yet broken in. I was shootin about 280, 276, 274, 280
And for the price, ($145), its worth the cash. I previously used Co2, and once i acquired nitrogen there was a huge improvement. Even though that really has nothin to do with the tank. It'll be alright
Smart Parts Ion
St!ffi barrel kit
DYE: drop & sticky grips
CP: trigger, feedneck, ASA
VL Evolution hopper
Very consistent & light
None found, everybody uses them
This is a top quality tank...I have a high pressure (800psi output) tank
The reg is very consistent, the tank is light & and the gauge is very easy to read.
I used a PMI Pure Energy tank on this gun before the Crossy and my shot to shot consistency has improved....before it was of utmost importance to get a in-line reg but after switching to this tank, my chrono'd shots varies between 6 - 7fps when before it was in the range of 10 - 12fps.
This tank seems lighter than P.E. unit and even light than my 70/4500 C Flag tank, when installed on my gat, the total weight is easily managable for all day paintball excursions.
The gauge is of good size, not to big and not so small that you have to get a good look to see exactly how air you have left....with this a quick glance is all you need and the blue background with white markings is easily legible.
One of the most popular tanks in the sport of paintball.....for a good reason, it's one of the best you can currently buy now. Alot of pros use them becasue of thier reliabilty and its consistency.....if you're in the market for a Comp Air/HPA tank you can't go wrong with this tank.
Dragun TES black to red fade
Crossfire 68/3k steel
Evolution II w/ Z Board
good quality...very durable
none really.big guage (bad for my gun...see body) but nothing big
When I first got my tank it was the day before a 3 man tournament so I needed a nitro tank for my new gun. I didn't have a big budget so I went with a 68ci 3000psi steel tank. I was worried that it might not work good but i was totally wrong. It performed awesome through the whole thing and we got 2nd place. The tank isnt very heavy and barely realize its there when I'm playing. I didn't have a tank cover so I was worried about dingin' it up but it was very durable. Even after countless slides into bunkers and crawling in the snake on woodchips. It looked the same as when I first took it out of the box. The only I problem I had was the guage. Because it was so big it would clip the top of my drop forward so it wouldnt screw in all the way. I loosened the screw on the drop and now it goes on perfect! Im going to upgrade to a 4500psi next. im definitly going with a Crossfire because they have awesome quality tanks that can compete with any other brand. It lasted about a game for my tournament which was no big deal becuase my membership gives me unlimited nitro fills so I went back and filled it up after every game. I get about 800 shots per fill. Not bad for 115 bucks. Good first nitro tank. Nothing to break on it just like every other tank. Great tank for a good price.
Good first tank I guess. It's a perfect size if your a rec-baller. Im switching soon to a bigger tank so I will edit this review when I get it. I give it a 10.
2004 WGP Orracle
10pc Empire Barrel kit
68/3000 Crossfire tank
Dye Rhino cover
Evolution II Egg
durable and consistan fps put out.
None that i have noticed
I bought a 68/3000 tank and it is perfect. I get a very consistent chrono off this tank. The carbon fiber is durable and i have never had a leak in it. I get a ton of shots off of one tank where as other tanks get less shots. No problems so far.
Great tank for the money. If your in the market for an hpa tank i suggest going with this one.
2k3 Blue verticle feed Autococker
Weakness? What is this weakness you speak of?
I took this out for the first time about a month ago. Screwed it in and took off to the chrono. I was shooting something like 305 so I turned it down. Next shots: 292, 293, 292, 292. I was like "Whoa!" I'm used to getting +/- at least 10 with my CO2. It was great. I don't know what else to tell you. rox my sox.
Lookin for HPA? Buy it! Lookin for better HPA? Buy it! Already have one? Buy another!
2000 BKO with 12" dye boomstick, dye sticky grips, 12 volt revy, drop forward with 68/3000 psi crossfire tank
It's the cheapest carbon fiber tanks on the market
Crossfire tanks are outstanding in price and performance. Crossfire tanks are available in almost any size imaginable, to fit your needs. You can get tanks to have a low or high output pressure. I have a 68/3000psi carbon fiber tank that works great on my BKO. I have never had any problems with it. You can't beat the price either. My tank was only $160! Tanks are even dropping more in price. Today you can buy a 68/4500psi tank for like $170-$180 from Crossfire. However, Crossfire doesn't make the best tanks in the world. If you want the best, buy an angel air tank or a smart parts tank setup. Although, these tanks cost at least twice as much as Crossfire tanks.
Buy a Crossfire tank today! You will not be dissapointed! A great value.