Bulldog regulators are the only regulators on the market that have a downstream burst disk for extra player safety. The Bulldog preset and the adjustable regulators are available with 3000-psi 47ci. aluminum tanks or fiber-wrapped tanks in 68ci. or 110ci.
The ACI Bulldog Air System is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
i bought this 68 ci 3000 psi for 150 before they raised the price to 200. i run it with my mag, and everything is perpect. people talk about slow recharge but i dont have a problem with that...but i guess that becaus i cant shoot fast.(it only takes one shot to get someone out).the tank looks nice and the guage is easy to read.
the only bad thing i can see about the tank is that it is white. many people have said that it gets dirty, but all you have to do is put a nitro cover on it for any extra 10 dollars.
this tank is definitley worth the 150 i bought it for(they raised the price to 200.00 hahahaha)its an excellent tank. i have no problems with it. you should get one
10 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, January 29th, 2005 at 7:50 am PST
I recently purchased 68ci ajustsble carbon fiber wraped bulldog for my 2001 STO. It works perfect. I have only used ot twice om my gun, but I am completely satisfied.
The only bad thing about this bottle was that the glowing white got dirty really quickly. I'm the diving, jumping, crawling type of player though.
This tank was great. It was only about 200 dollars, and its well worht your money. It's very consistent from shot to shot. I used to use the same sized nitro duck tank, and it work just as good, if not better for half the price. I would definatly recommend this tank.
It's a cheap way into the nitrogen market. It works great on stock mid to low level markers, the gauges work great, the manual is nice, and it is a good nitrogen tank for the low to mid level paintball gun.
Very slow recharge rate. Do NOT buy this tank for any kind of electric, or super fast firing gun, you will outshoot the regulator. Plus, not many cradles fit it nicely. The dual gauges are nearly impossible to screw into any kind of drop forward.
Also, since it isn't dual regulated, the output pressure can vary based on the internal tank pressure. So if it's 850PSI at 3000PSI, it will be 750PSI at 1500PSI, inaccurate
If you are looking into a nitrogen system, save all you money and buy a nitroduck dual regulated. It's just worth the extra 150 bucks.