DM4, evil pipe kit, pure energy tank, empire realoder B
Very durable, looks cool, cheap
This is by far the best tank cover made. I have been playing nppl for 3 years and my rase tank cover has held up. I am very rough on my stuff. I have needed a new tank before I needed a new tank cover. I love it and recommend it to anyone its a tank cover that will last a lifetime.
If you need a tank cover get this won. If you already have one throw it away and get a rase.
'02 WGP STO Autococker
12" DYE boomstick
ANS pneumatics w/ QEV's
ANS GX-II reg w/ 15* asa
Shocktech Supa fly
Halo B w/ rip & Z code
Center flag hyperflow 420 68ci 4500psi hpa
prevents only minor damage
This cover is only thick enough to prevent minor scratching. Its rubber backing serves well to secure tank on your shoulder. Its simple but well made. a zipper would scratch a fiber tank. This one uses velcro to secure. Enough words now? MAN! Mine is green. I like green. Neoprene is good
better made than a redz cover but won't protect as well as a DYE rhino. I've used it for several years and its good as new still.
98 Custom, Low pressure kit, Response Trigger, 12volt revvy, double trigger, 14" Smart Parts Progressive, 12" Lapco Bigshot, Lapco drop forward, Pure Energy 68c.i. 4500psi HPA, Palmer Stabaliser.
A bit thin, doesn't inspire confidence.
This is a good basic tank cover. It is a bit thin though and doesn't inspire confidence in it's ability to protect the tank from any significant inpact. i'd be more comfortable with one that has thicker padding, or some sort of extra protection on the bottm or where a tank is more likely to be scraped. I'm sure it's mostly me though, and I've not had any problems with mine.
This is a decent choice for a plain tank cover. It's not flashy but it works.
This is by far the worst tank cover I have ever seen. It is literally paper thin. I actually believe my tank would be better protected in a Ziploc sandwich bag than in this cover. I am sorry I purchased it. It would have been more useful to just light my money on fire. At least that would have provided some light, heat, and amusement.
Don't buy this, I emplore you. If you absolutely must have one, send me a self addressed stamped envelope and you can have mine.
i got the 88ci version of this, and at first it was a pain to get on, then after 1 day of playing, i noticed a tear in the grip part.
a week or 2 later, i was playing again and when the guy took off the cover to check the date on the tank, he made a small rip in t when putting it back on
get a tank cover no matter what if you have a N2 system, i would splurge and get something a little nicer, like a dye or jt
This product has been working great since the day I got my tank. It keeps it protected from scratches and knicks. Gets great grip on my shirt or jersey that I'm wearing. The only thing not good was the price. It was 20 bucks, but that a lot cheaper than having to buy a new tank because the old one got messed up.
Awesome tank cover. If you have a tank get one of these to cover it. It's cheaper than buying a new tanks because it got messed up.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, November 17th, 2004 at 4:53 am PST
-Black 68 automag
-14" all american barrel
-68/3000 crossfire fiber wrapped tank
-smart parts wood grips
-rase tank cover
-AGD double trigger
the grip part at the back
This tank cover is pretty thin...But it works.The grip part at the end grips on your shoulder really good.Its velcro..It looks good.Its a tank cover what else is there to say..I got it because it was cheap..I got it used for $7 shipped...I have a black one and it looks really good and fits really good on my 68/3000 fiber wrapped tank which is made by crossfire and is normally grey but the tank cover is black so it looks black...is this enough words??!!
Good tank cover.It looks good.I got mine for cheap.It is velcro..Buy it now
WGP 2002 Vertical Feed Autococker Green
- Barrel: Smart Parts Full Freak 14" AA Black, 12' FRT Green
- Bolt: Shocktech Supa Fly Bolt
- Grip Frame: Kapp Reflex Black
- Grips: Dye Stickies Green
- Drop Forward: Custom Products Flame DF Green
- ASA: Custom Products On/Off Green
- Vert ASA: Kapp 45º Vert ASA
- Cocking Rod: Kapp Twisted Green
- Ball Detent: Shocktech Rebuildable Green
- Hose: Macroline
- Beavertail: Kapp Green
- Pumping Arm: Kapp Green
Nice protection and arm grip on the back.
Colors are off.
This is a pritty cool cover i like the dye one better. This is a cheaper cover but it does its job well i have drop my tank alot and the cover protects my tank well. This thing stains easy though, which i dont like. The colors are a little off except the black. This thing is pritty nice for the price.
Nice product, it does it job and protects my tanks.
Spyder Esprit, 12 volt revolution with X-Board,14'' Teardrop, 48 ci 3000 psi pure energy, PMI gas thru grip, and Physco Ballistics Drop Forward, Rase tank cover.
Comfortable, light, cheap, durable, and protects well.
I honestly can't think of any.
I think that all tank covers are about the same, I recommend this tank cover or any other on the market. They are very nice to have and they look really cool on tanks. They make the tank very comfy and it even ricochets paintballs off. The cover covers all sizes all size tanks and is availalbe in different colours.
classic timmy:delrin bolt, lp mod, trigger mod, high flow barbs, and adjustable ram cap. 68/45 PE tank and Halo b
grippy part at the back and lots of colors
very thin and easy to damage the tank if you hit it hard enough
this cover was the cheapest I could get, not worth the cost but not much in pball is. its easy to clean and will prevent scratches on the tank but offers no real other protection.
Since the cover needs to be stretched the threads loosen over time limiting the covers life. It offers basic protection but if you think you need more look into a dye cover, better but much more expensive.
Good for the baller that looks after his/her gear but not the best on the market. If you play airball then this cover should offer the protection needed, for rec ball I would suggest a thicker cover.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, March 22nd, 2003 at 1:50 am PST