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.
Mmm. How can I say it? This Angel A.I.R. Tank is about 5 years old, and has seen it's fair share of games. When it came into this tank it was still running the LCD Reg. Now, that reg was great and all, but after not understanding how to tune the tank I lost about 3 sets of macroline and got fed up with it. However, she was on her last legs for Hydro. So, through www.pbnation.com I found the crossfire website and saw they did Rehydro testing and regulator swaps. I worked personally with Chris, the current president of crossfire. He swapped the regulator out for an high pressure regulator and while doing the Rehydrostatic testing he SPA Coated the bottle to protect the finish. Customer service has never been better. They even gave a friend of mine an new complete tank when his regulator broke off into the old one. They didn't even apply any more charges, they just did it for the price of the reg swap and shipping fees.
Stock A-5, J&J S2 Ceramic Barrel, 68/3000 Crossfire Tank
Shots-about 680, consistensy, size
I got the Crossfire 68/3000 tank for my birthday and it is the best tank I have ever used. I love the size and consistensy. It is perfect for the A-5. You get about 600 with an A-5 because there gas hogs but thats ok. It is very durable and where I first played with I got a few nicks in it and it was fine.
dye sticky grips
egg hopper with z board
gti e-force stock everything
egg with z board
Made by crossfire
Dosent leak at all
I dont get the whole 500 shots that i'm supposed to get
i've had this tank for a lil under 3 months now and i've had the chance to use it 4 times
and the first time i chrono my gun with this tank it was 250 255 250 253 257 so i was very happy with that i usaully get 300 -400 shots with my 47/3K sso overally good tank
BUY THIS TANK IF YOUR JUST GETTIN INTO PAINTABALL and yu want compressed airi give it a 9 because nothings perfect
C02 is the only thing I used not nearly ass good though.
indian creek b2k4, halo b, crossfire 68/4500psi
Very air consistent (within 10fps)
light for size
i get 1000 + shots per fill
None really a little long if u do not have a drop or unimount
I had this tank for almost 1 year and it has been very good all my shots never dropped and my tank lasts long. I like everything about it its weight , looks, consistency, and size to fit on shoulder. My friend has the same tank and it has worked very very very well. I have nothing else to say i just need words to take up space because of the 50 word minimum.
Pure Energy 72/3000, Pure Energy 48/3000, rental tanks, CO2
Diablo Wrath, Diablo Delrin bolt & pin, Evil Driver, Endo Cradle, Smart Parts on/off, dyed blue grips.
GREAT reg, not too pricey
Gauge takes a little while to catch up during fill
I just bought the Crossfire 47/3000, and have put in a couple days of play on it now. First of all, I must say that the reg on this tank is incredible. The gauge on my Wrath hardly moves at all even when I am ripping as fast as I can. The recharge rate on this reg is incredible. Even when the tank is running low, the tank is still very very consistent.
The only thing that takes a little getting used to is the gauge. The gauge is very big and easy to read... but when you fill it to 3000 PSI, wait about 30 seconds. The pressure will slowly drop to about 25-2600 PSI. Just top it off a little bit again, and it will stay at 3000. I don't know why my tank does this, but I believe this is due to the design of the gauge. Because of this, you might have to educate staff at fields where you can't fill your tank yourself.
This tank has been a great buy for me, and I am extremely glad that I bought it!
Incredible regulator. Will perform well even at low PSI. Will not disappoint you.
You will be surprised that Crossfire tanks are not much more expensive than other brands. Go for it.
ZERO "Shoot Down", Lightweight, Phenomenal "Recharge Rate"
None, Zero, Nadda, Zip
I bought this tank based on the recomendation of a friend. He was right!!!!! I have an older model, but it still weighs less than some of the newer tanks. I use an 88/4500, and it allows me to use 9 pods, and a Full hopper (Viewloader Evlution 2), on a single fill. I have NEVER experienced "Shoot Down" with this tank, unlike the Nitro Duck..... and don't get me started on CO2....
The only air system comparable to the Crossfire, in my opinion, is the Dye Throttle system.
You will definitely get your money's, and paint's, worth from one of these tanks. Buy it, and then have it re-tested after 5 years.
I purchased this tank used last fall to use it on my new BKO. It worked great. The tank was getting around 2000+ shots perfill which is just what I wanted for outlaw ball. It has also been a good loaner tank because it works on pretty much all gun.
None so far
Hard to say anything other than that its just a tank but it is a good one nonetheless. I would and have recomended it to many people and they are also very satisfied.
ghetto 7 board
LP Crossfire 68/4500 tank
A lot of shots per fill
Most places around my house don't fill to 4500 psi
when I really started to get into paintball I figured that I should get nitro so that I don't mess up my protium. after looking at price and reviews I decided to go ahead and get a crossfire. These are light! I think that these are way lighter than my frinds 2 pure energy tanks. I got the low pressure tank which says it puts out 450 psi, but my gun's gauge says that it's shooting at about 475-500 psi. no big deal though. my gun works fine. The only big deal is that no fields around my house will fill to 4500 psi. they all limit it to 3000 so that the kids filling the tanks don't overfill them and blow the place up. oh well. as previously mentioned, the price is great on these. I got my low pressure 68/4500 for only $185.
These are great tanks, get one
9 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, June 17th, 2006 at 9:41 am PST