The new Bulldog 3 is built to increase your flow rate (especially on Angels, Bushmasters, Shockers, Impulses, Autocockers and other low pressure markers) to eliminate drop-off and reach your target before your opponent reaches you. This top quality systems is available in a variety of sizes to match your playing style. The new Bulldog 3 Systems are similar to the old Bulldog 2 systems shown below, except that the regulator on the tank is now all polished. Output pressure is fixed at 800 psi. These air systems are made with pride by ACI Sports right here in the USA. Take some American made quality with you the next time you hit the playing field!
The ACI Bulldog III Air System is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
pure energy- similar to this tank
crossfire- its better then this tank
NDZ S-treme Trigger
Lucky 15 Barrel Kit
68/45 ACI Bulldog Tank
Empire Reloader B
Its not CO2
cheaper then other tanks
There were reliability problems at first
I have used this tank for a bout 6 months now and I would say its your standard HPA tank. Its light weight consistent and it holds more shots then a CO2 tank. I did have some reliability issues at first but my local proshop rebuilt the reg for me and it has not had any problems since(I guess I was one of the lucky ones because everyone else seems to have problems with it). Its a decent tank that wont burn a hole in your wallet.
If you are looking for a tank that works well and wont burn a hole in your wallet go with this tank or a crossfire tank.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, November 11th, 2005 at 6:38 pm PST
Since I first had the Bulldog tank, I have had problems at fields getting it filled because it would leak out of the fill nipple. I have had the fill nipple replaced 2 times and have only had the tank filled about 8 or 9 times. When the tank did work it had some consistancy problems. Overall I have had more bad luck with this tank than I have had good luck.
I do not recommend this nitrogen tank. I have had many problems with getting the tank filled and also the consistancy when the tank was working.
pmi (a lil better)
Guerrilla air (much better)
fenix with all ss freak kit dye sticky 3s revy 45/4500 guerrilla air amubush
Low quality materials
The aci reg is horrible and cheaply made my air inlet has worn down much more easily than it should and I had early problems with the gauge leaking. when i first got it filled the air pro at my reguylar field told me i got ripped off with the cheap steel and they had a good chuckle about the teflon tape. they're right to laugh because the reg is a joke. one good thing i can say is that the bottle is normal. i did also have some inconsistancy that wasn't my gun because there's a noticable difference there with my new tank
Dont buy this system just for the bottle and thred protecter buy guerrilla air which is usually bout $5 cheaper anyway.
It gets a 2 because of the bottle but only a 2 because it's not worth it for a bottle
pure energy tanks
black 04 sft shocker
90 degree logic frame
check it feed neck
hybrid push button on/off
68/45 aci tank w/LP crossfire reg&valve
not drilled for standard nipple
This tank is good. the TANK is good. the regulator is ok, but is not drilled for regular nipples. what that means is that if your goes bad,which they are notorious for doing, you will have to buy a nipple directly from aci and they dont make em so cheap. the reg is alright, flows well enough. other than not being drilled enough and the nipples usually breaking, its a good tank.nice and light.
the best thing, and what i did, is get a crossfire reg and valve. best in the market. i have a shocker to i got an lp one. great move.
Pretty good, if your willing to risk having to buy nipples from the manufacturer or getting a new regulator and valve.
Evil pipe barrel kit
Centerflag Dynaflow 68/4500
Didn't even get a chance to use the darn thing
Bought it new, filled it once...didn't last 5min and the fill nipple blew. I was so annoyed, I didn't really care about what actually happened... just that my tank was dead. So the store gave me credit towards a new tank. I spent a few extra bucks and bought a Java 68/4500, which is an excellent beginner tank. I still use it as my backup tank. Point being... spend the money and get a tank that doesn't have a history of blowing up on the buyer.
spyder extra, sub zero six stage expansion chamber, extreme drop forward with on off, lapco clamping feed neck, tear drop barrel, macro line supa fly bolt, dye sticky grips
Valve, depedability,cheaply made.
Horrible if i screw in all the way it will burb even on stock cradle. constantly blows the burst disc for no reason. Had to send it to ACI to get fixed. ACI did not comunicate very well when they had it. They could not even tell me why it was blowing the burst discs. When it did work it was all over the chrono worse than co2 with my expansion chamber.
I have a 3a tank and it works flawless ,comapared to my bulldog tank. When i get my tank back from ACI it is going on ebay DONT BUY A BULLDOG 3 TANK
The only good thing about this tank is that it's cheap.
The tank leaks from the valve pin...
I bought this tank and filled it up a couple of times to test my gun and stuff. The third time I filled it up the guy at the shop told me I had a lead coming from the valve pin. True enough, there was a leak coming from there. I mean, come on, the tank was practically brand new and then this happens...I wanted to chuck it out the window of my car as I was driving home. So I emailed the people at ACI and guess what??? No response.
This tanks is probably one of the worst tanks ever. Do not buy it, pleazzzzzzz! It will start leaking after a few fillups.
The ACI Bulldog III tank is not a bad tank at all! The only reason it breaks for so many people is that they do not have a fill nipple cover. When you don't have a fill nipple cover, dirt, dust, and unwanted matter gets into your fill nipple, and gets into the regulator. The regulator on this tank is sensitive, so it will basically leak. If you get a fill nipple cover, and you don't mess around with it, you will have this tank for a very long time. ACI has great customer service, so if you have a problem, call them up, and they will fix it. It is a good tank, a bit heavy, and the stock parts could bet better, but it is a great tank none the less.
Most pro magazines would back me up on this, it is a great tank. The only tanks that are better are the SP Max Flo, and Evil tanks. Crossfire tanks are just as good as well.
03 vert feed autococker
shocktech supafly bolt
empire on/off valve
freak barrel kit
Nitro is always better
Had problems when i first got it
this is the only nitro tank I've been able to use so I can't really compare it to anything else but just know that you're probably going to have problems with it at first. My fill valve had a leak and I had to take it into the pro shop to get fixed before I even had a chance to use it. The fix costed 15 bucks but since then I've had absolutely no problems. IT's really comfortable when your holding your gat and it's really cheap.
If you're using co2 and the your gun can handle nitro, this tank is a good start for everyone who doesn't have alot of cash. If you have the money to spend, get a better tank.
good for people who want nitro and are on a budget. Be prepared to spend 10-15 bucks to fix it though