Decrease your maintenance costs by incorporating ACIís exclusively built modular system. Featuring a new user friendly rebuildable Seal and O-Ring Flange if dropped or damaged. Performance enhanced with a 15% higher flow rate than other models. This Bulldog preset regulator is factory preset at 450-psi for players that want a compressed air system that screws directly into their gun. No adjustments needed! This is perfect for all low pressure guns that are now being built.Fill the tank up to 3000 p.si. and you will get over 1,100 shots on average. The new Bulldog air system offers safety, quality, value and ergonomics that will have the competition ducking while Bulldog eats away.
The ACI Bulldog II Air System is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
black teflon powerfeed automag. 9v revy. aci 68 3000, 2002 all american.
it is very affordable. it wont bust your wallet.
it is very consistant.
no noticable shootdown that i can see.
the regulator is rebuildable if any thing happens, not that it will.
stainless steal threads so you wont cross tread it.
i cant write anything bad about this product because there is nothing bad. nothing but good. i have had very good results
i love it. it feeds my automag fine. i have had it for about 6 months now and have had no problems. i highly recamend this product to anyone looking to get a good tank. i looked at a bunch a tanks and came to this as my decition, and i am glad i made it
Classic Timmy, LP mod, sidewinder reg, SP all american barrell, Kapp drop with on/off ACI bulldog II 68/3000 450 preset
inexpensive price, available with 450 psi preset, good recharge rate, 5 year rehydro, no leaks, light weight
I think old ACI tanks had problems and that they have a bad rap. I hear all sorts of negative remarks from people about my tank choice.
I have never had a problem with it on my timmy. Just played a scenario game and from intial chrono through to two on field spot checks, my gun was +/- 1 all day. Everyone suggests crossfire, but when I went to buy a tank, I couldn't find a place that had them in stock. A retailer started stocking these since the crossfires were backordered, he said they were just as good. So far no complaints. I think this is a great system for anyone's first nitro.
98custom, rt, lp, palmers stabilizer, 12 in lapco bigshot, 16in SP AA-w/silencer,9 volt rev w/W.A.S. Turbo rev board, custom made aluminum drop stock, sks fore grip, red dot sight, 68 3k steel pmi, 91 4500 aci bulldog
the tank is nice and light, but fat. it is the stubby version. Very good consistancy, the shots stay at 290, 292. It has the ability to keep a string of 12 to 15 shots very consistantly. very impressive. With the lp, I get around 1700 shots off of this tank with my 98, maybe more. good for the scenario type guy, carries tons of paint and needs the air, or the back player. Im sure it would be ok on a lower pressure gun,shockers and such, but the name isnt impressive, like air america, mac dev and those that cost at least twice as much. This tank works great for me and my 98rt lp
ive heard that the lp disk bursts-1800psi, but it hasnt happened yet for me. Still tring to find a cover for it. if anyone knows what will fit let me know, thanks
This is a very good tank, especiall for what I payed, got it off of ebay, for 185, including shipping, but Ive seen them go for around 220, Still well worth the money for anyone looking for a monster tank. lightweight, innexpensive-not cheap, the ability to service the reg, aci customer assistance is good, very consistant, better than the old tanks.