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.
Brand new Syndicate Misfit,12 volt Revvy with X-board,PBN2 47CI 3000PSI
reliable, no problems, doesnt starve marker of air,nice gauge large for easy viewing,
Well i was given this tank in the morning by my coach because my tank didn't come in the mail the day before(as it was supposed to). Well i ran 400+ shots threw it and no problems just that you should consider a nice size unless going to get air after every game is no problem
Get it if you please very nice and weight is not an issue
10 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, January 15th, 2004 at 9:06 am PST
Spyder Imagine (Black)
68 cu nitro
12" all american barrel
custom products flame drop forward
light, durable (I'm stupid and drop is, AND IT STILL HASN'T BROKE), cheap
...is there any??
A really nice tank. i got my 68 for only $150. i was looking at steel tanks at the local stores and they cost the same. for a 3000psi tank i found this was a great cheaper to buy nitro tank. most of my friends also have this tank, so i was able to test it out first. so buy it now!!
buy this if you find it pointless to buy some $500 tank that costs more than your entire gun.
This tank is one of the best around at this price. They all range at around $200 and for the price you pay you get excellent performance. I have had no problems with mine like I did with System X aka Xenterprises tanks. If you want the best bang for the buck I strongly suggest this tank. If not, ACI Bulldog II and PMI Pure Energy are also great tanks as well. Trust me, you won't be sorry.
If you want the best bang for the buck I strongly suggest this tank. If not, ACI Bulldog II and PMI Pure Energy are also great tanks as well. Trust me, you won't be sorry.
crossfire has problembly the best low end cost tank on the market today. there tanks are really consistent and have got to be the most durable i have ever seen. no problems with both the tanks i have owned for 3 yrs not even a burst disk. there defidently a great tank for the new players as well as the expierieced players.
there defidently a great tank for the new players as well as the expierieced players. i will keep on buying there tanks cause im very satisfied with the ones i own. crossfire deserves a 10 at least for there quality
Pure Energy 3000 psi and 4500 psi tanks of various sizes
26 A-5s in various configurations with remotes, etc. (I loan out my stuff for people to use.)
4 Tacamo Type IIs
They are typically cheaper than competitors
Four out of five leaked air
I've bought five of these tanks both for personal use and as gifts. Four out of five of them leaked air (one from the fill nipple). The rest leaked due to the burst disk not being tightened down far enough. Plus, I found that the oversize dial, although great for reading can bend during rough play. To be honest, though, I've had to send 4 out of 28 of my Pure Energy tanks back to them for repairs also, so nothing is perfect; but the failure rate for these were higher than expected.
It's a good price for HPA tanks.
6 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, February 20th, 2009 at 8:11 pm PST
spyder VS-2, spyder amg
Halo-B, egg II w/ y-board no lid
Wow! These things are great! Crossfire has some great tanks out and are definetely not worth passing up! They wont let you down. I havent had a single problem with both of the Crossy's i've owned. I wouldn't get any other because they just rock! Get one and you'll be happy with it. Never get another worry or anything about your tank again!
Dont know if it was helpful but... They are great!
Dye minimag with Intelliframe, X-Valve, ULE trigger, dye drop All polished! Freak barrel kit, Crossfire 68/3k, Empire reloader. Dye Ultralite 'cocker, freeflow internals, ans gx2 reg, Crossfire 68/4.5k high pressure air, Halo TSA LCD. Custom Low Pressure Spyder E-99, Ported and polished internals, magnaflow valve, 32 degrees Block and LPC, Spring kit, "otterized" bolt, Bob long Torpedo Reg, etc etc.. Crossy 68/3k, emp reloader.
Very consistant, dependable, light, compact, tough as nails.
Makes a "ping" noise when you shoot your marker.
I've never had a problem with any of my Crossfire tanks. They have always been consistant, worked reliably, never leaked, Always there when I need them. The only "problem" I have is that they make a pinging noise when you shoot your gun. every time. Just a small "ping" I don't notice that with the cocker or the spyder unless I am listening for it, but when its on my mag (a VERY quiet gun) you can hear it quite clearly. Not to say that that is a weakness, it isnt a loud ping and it doesn't affect the opperation of the tank or marker at all.
If you are in the market for a non-adjustable tank, this is THE tank to have. It'll never let you down!
20 oz and 12 oz PMI CO2 Tanks (good for CO2), tested friend's Max Flo and Worr Gas (only better because they cost twice as much).
2003 ICD B2K
NW Drop Foward
Crome NW Impulse Low-Rise
68/4500 Crossfire Tank
Good price and value.
Comes in high and low pressure presets.
None. i can't really think of anything bad to say about this product.
This tank is probably the best value you can get for an N2 Bottle. It is one of the cheapest you can buy (the only cheaper ones I have found are ACI). I have had no drop-off and good consistency with this tank. In "What Paintball Gear" they did a recharge test of a bunch of tanks (including Evil Scion, AA Armageddon, Angel Air, Centerflag Dynaflow, Crossfire, ACI, PMI, Dye, and Pro Toyz)). The Crossfire tested the best. It had the least pressure drop after each shot and the fastest recharge time, even beating the adjustable tanks that were tested.
I have had no bad experiences with this tank. I get good performance, it looks cool, it was very well priced (much cheaper than PMI). Some ppl say the gauge is a little too big. My gauge is a touch larger than the one on my bro's PMI tank, but it is not obtrusive in any way. As long as the gauge is small enough that it doesnt get in the way when I hold it, and it doesnt get shot, I really dont care. I find that since the gauge is a bit larger than competing tanks, it is easier to read exactly what pressure I still have in the tank.
Alright, that's it. Tests have shown that this is the best, or one of the best tanks, including both presets and adjustables. It is also very well priced, and is one of the cheapest preset tanks you can buy. Spend less, get more. Cant argue with that. If you are looking for a preset tank, this is the one to get.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, July 27th, 2004 at 5:20 pm PST