70CI carbon fiber-wrapped tank with regulator, 5 year hydro. This tank is about 1/2in shorter than a 45/4500. Compact size for the front player and plenty of capacity to play mid. weight 3.05 diameter 4.25 length 10.5.
The Crossfire Stub 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.
II have too say that I love3 this tank, es, love, if love is possible with a nito tank, thne I love this tank. I LOVE how small it is, I LOVE how it fits under my gun so I can get the gun right up to my body. (I shoot an Automag!) I LOVE how it gets 600 to 700 shots per fill.
It is GREEN! I have customized my gun to a red gun, green just clashes. I is heavy! I am use to heavy guns. (My first gun was a VM-68) So the weight my affect another person. It scratches easy, so I would get a Neoprean cover, if you can find on that fits a stuby, and its GREEN! MAN! The price is alittle high.
All round I would tell any one to get this tank, I LOVE how it is small and allthe other stuff I said in the good box, the bad stuff might sound bad but it is work able, just lift some weighs to get use to the weight of the tank or just get use to it. I would get it if I was given the chance but If I was to design this tank over agin, I would paint it...................something other than GREEN!
I have this tank on my F-4 TP, and it is sweet. The size of it is perfect, so you can duck around in bunkers and don't have a petruding tank sticking out. The regulator is tricked out and there is really no drop off in tank pressure. All my friends wanna get one too cause they got c02 and there's freezes up and mine doesn't. I really like this tank it kicks a..
i would reccomend this tank to anyone, beginner or advanced player. It gets the job done cheaper than those other big boy tanks out there. The size is just right. GET THIS TANK!!!!
10 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, January 29th, 2005 at 7:50 am PST
Evil Scion 68/5k - Enough capacity, but not tight enough making it uncomfortable
45/45 ( I think the brand is Charleton or something ) - Nice and tight, but not enough capacity.
Steel 47/3k - Why?
PMI 68/3k - Just the basic fiber wrap tank. Nothing special and not tight enough.
Black/Blue Fade PM6, Orange Bolt, Top hat mod, Virtue Board, CP Sling Trigger, Hybrid Quarter Turn On/Off, Total Stainless Freak Kit w/ 14inch AA tip, Shocktech Micro Rail.
Razor Blue ION, Hybrid Hedlok Feedneck, Shocktech Trigger, Shocktech On/Off, Shocktech 1 inch drop, QEV, TechT Lightening Bolt, Evil Pipe Kit w/ Blue 12 inch tip and Black 16 inch tip, Evil Detonator Regulator, Blackheart Board.
White Halo B w/ rip, Black VLocity. Crossfire 70/45, Evil 68/5k, 45/45.
Shape (looks cool imo)
Not too big around
Weakness? Yeah right.
Well, I finally got my Crossy 70/45 a while back. It's great! I can play just as tight with this as a 45/45 but can get as many shots (actually more) than my 68/5k. The crossy is actually a little shorter than my 45/45. The pictures that I have seen of this tank don't do it justice. It is MUCH smaller in person than it looks in the pics. And the cool part is that it isn't as big around is I expected so no matter how you shoulder it you won't get a chicken wing. From a distance it would actually be hard to distinguish it from a 45/45.
It really isn't as hard to find a tank cover for it as some people say it is. Dye makes a cover for it because they also make 70/45 tanks. One of the best parts of this tank is the Crossy LP Reg. The recharge is very fast. I've heard that you can use LP Crossfires on Egos (which run at very high pressures). I haven't found a better tank. The size, capacity, weight, looks, and recharge rate are all great.
Plain and simple, if you like the size of 45/45s but not the capacity, buy a crossy 70/45.
You will like it. I'll give it a 9 since perfection isn't something you'll find in paintball.
back up promaster
ndz rail on/off combo
Holds alot of air
Good for playin front
Mine was inconsistent
LP doesn't keep up on my timmy
A bit heavy
I picked this up from some ksid for $140. for the money i paid i was not impressed. i filled to about 3000psi put it on my timmy and started to rip on it.i noticed that it would start to loose psi and slow down and i was shooting. i put an hpa tank on and it was perfect. the stub was also inconsistent.i got +/-6 or 7 with the cp reg at the crono. not happy. the used my hpa tank and i got +/-2 or 3 with the cp reg. i dont know if mine was just bad but it was NOT worth $140. the compactness of it was nice though. on a full fill it was heavier than my pmi 68/45.
This is not worth it at all unless your gun will not work without. if u get a stub make sure it is hpa.
Black RT Automag, 16" All American Barrel, Crossfire N2, and a Egg2.
Pretty cheap (used).
Short & manueverable
Guage can be cracked easily. (seems like)
This tank seems to be good for it's price. Although it's heavy, your arms will get used to it and you would probably need a drop. The paint on mine seemed to chip pretty easy though. My guage broke but you can always fix that. I would say if you're low on cash, get this tank!!!
impulse, 68 crossfire stubby, VL rev 12v, SP all American barrel
I think this is a great tank. I can get over 700 shots off at 2800psi fill. It is very compact, affordable (i didnt have to spend $200 on a "tourney level" tank). Durable. Works great for me + never had any major problems
weighs way too much. Before i had a drop forward, this thing threw off the balance of my marker a LOT. You'd think they would be able to make a tank just like this that weighs a good deal less. I get tiny little leaks here and there after fills from the reg but they go away in like 5 minutes.
I think this is a great tanks for anyone (unless you're a wussy and cant deal with less than a pound of extra weight, I would recommend this to most anyone.
Small and tough. Cheap at about $130 on-line. Good flow rate. Came with a Crossfire sticker and Paintball2Extreams magazine. I'm sure the tank is tough enough to bounce it off trees, rocks and heads and not hurt the tank.
Green, it could clash with your color scheme. The size, 68/3000, could leave you and your tank empty unless your field has HPA fills or you own your own Scuba tank.
Overall, a good first step into the world of HPA systems.
Mine came with a flaw in the plastic on the guage. Nothing too big, just big enough to be noticed and make you think it has a crack. It does not affect reading the guage at all. Mine also came with a leaky fill nipple. Crossfire does have a 1-yr parts/labor warrentee, but I just fixed mine on my own. To fix it I just unscrewed the fill nipple. It only had a small amount of loctight on it to begin with so it came off easy. I put on some teflon tape and wrenched the fill nipple on as hand tight as possible. Not a speck of air has leaked over the week since I fixed it.
Overall, a good little tank. Just be careful of how much you shoot in a day. If you shoot 500/day, a full tank should last all day on most guns. If you shoot 1000/day, you'll probally need a refill.
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umm. its tuffer than fibers. it last longer. it is smaller than other 68's same size as 47 but just a little wider(who kares)
doesnt need to be hydroed often
OOOO shiny stuff on sticker.
stop complaing about weight. if u think thats heavy ur a wuss. i play front and its nicei and small. plus of course it heavier than fibers. but u dont woprry bout breakingit
ummmm wiersd color but i dont kare to much as long as it works.
gauge isnt all to great either
i save 9 for really good stuff like angel air. and i never give 10 cuz nothing perfect. except for the time i bunkered this kid from behind in my 1st tourneyu cuz i ran past his whole team(3 man) and got 2 guys from behind without them knowing!!