Prices start at $95 for 47ci and are $169 for 68ci, $179 for 88ci and $189 for 114ci. Features: 850 psi fixed output, manufactured to CGA & ASTM, high flow design, and lightning fast regulation when firing.
The Crossfire Air System is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
i have a 88ci 3000psi n2 tank the tank is nice it is light and but big but you know what big means it means you get alot of shots out of the tank i get about 1800 shots out of it in the summer out of my tribal bbt chrome.
the only thing ad about it is that it is not ajustable some times you just need ajustable
all together the tank is nice i have no problems with it.
I have the 68ci n2 Steel. it keeps up with my RT Pro with no shootdown, and is lighter than a 48ci tank. the gauge is good and the tank looks cool with a good warranty. The steel tank cant get a single scratch.
ummm....not really anything, i wouldnt know how many shots it gets per tank, because i have a fill station and never fill it all the way.
i wouldnt waste the money to get an expensive one, because i really couldnt ask for more. i havent had any problems with it and it works fine. if i do have any problems in the future, crossfire can send me a new one.
Well I just got a 47 Ci Crossfire. I was kinda shakey on how a n2 tank would perform because it was my first one. I bought it for $75 with my autococker. I didn't know much about these n2 tanks. I heard they blow up and kill you or something from some guy that had funny eyes. I started with an empty tank and filled it and then 2/3 through the day I refilled it again and I still have it at 2000 on the gauge.
It is heavy but I suspect all n2 tanks are. Thats pretty much it.
This is a good tank for new n2 users. I like it a lot. I really liked how they gave me a free paintball magazine and stickers. They also gave me a 1 year warranty. BUY THIS TANK!
10 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, January 29th, 2005 at 7:50 am PST
Good tank for rec player or back yard shooters. Price is resonable for entry level n2 tank
Regulator sucks, extreme velocity drop on fast shooting guns, o rings break.
If you have a $200.00 gun buy a $200.00 n2 system. If you are running a high quality marker that shoots fast, or your going to get one soon dont waste your money. Center Flag tanks are the best on the market. I have a cross fire tank, it was my first n2 tank and now it sits in the closet protecting my shelf from dust.
I have an older style of the crossfire tank before they started putting the threads in opposing directions but as long as you put it ina nice drop forward you have no need to take it off the gun now do you???
Good pressure regulation...excellent buy for the money you pay. The 88ci/ 3000 psi is a good size tank for the beginning tourny player. I play back man for my team and really enjoy the extra shoots from the 88ci.
The older models had a tendency to unscrew on you at the regulator...not a big problem...but there's something about n 88ci bottle bounching ariound under a car that tends to make people nervous. But a little ingenuity and a little bit of sealant and you can lock the threads in place. On the newer models this isn't a problem....but if youhave the old style Please!!!! becareful when unscrewing this tank from your gun...and watch the whole assembly....make sure the bottle and regulator are unscrewing together
Good tank for the money....reliable and tough too.
I picked up the Stub 68ci tank and it's a little smaller than my previous 32 Degrees TurboMax 47ci tank. Just as with the 47ci tank, this small tank rocks! I paid $125 for the tank! The quality is typical Crossfire and I have no issues with the functionality of the tank.
It's a little heavier than the 32 Degrees 47ci tank, but then again you do get an additional 21ci! I would prefer that the tank in a different color than the blue/green. The color obviously doesn't effect it's performance, it just makes you more visible in the field. Once you put a tank cover on it, you're ready to snipe!
What do I like the most about this tank? First off the price; I haven't found too many 68ci tanks that cost $125! Second the build quality is exceptional; typical Crossfire. Third is the size... for a little smaller than a 47ci tank you can shoot for most of the day! I got about 760 shots out of it!