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.
It is a very cheap N2 tank, easy to find and reliable.
The steel tank is a little heavy.
I love this tank, it is the only N2 tank on the market thatis a reasonable price, with a nice regulator you can get 600 + shots per fill. It is almost the same price as a 20 ounce tank (Canadian) and is all you need for rec ball games. It is a low profile and it is good for front players.
I recommend this tank, it is the pefect entry level tank, just skip CO2 if you have the cash, you would be upgrading to N2 soon after anyway.
air america 68/4500psi and a few other 68/4500psi tanks
02' cocker, all american 12" barrel, kapp f/x beaver and twisted cocking rod, ricochet 2k and a whole lot more upgrades w/ a 68/4500psi pure energy tank
pretty consistant when you chrono its about the same every time.
get a low pressure system you'll get a lot more shots out of it.
Great tank and not very expensive compared to other 68/4500psi tanks. I love this tank and for the $220 dollars i spent its great you have to hydro test it every 5 years instead of the normal 3 years. There are very few weeknesses in this tank the only thing i would get over it is ANGEL AIR when i get my angel. over all this is great and not nearly as expensive as some other 68/4500psi tanks as i have said all ready. pure energy is great and everyone on my team is getting this tank if they dont have it all ready.
My conclusion for this product is BUY IT it wont fail you. This being a fiber tank i would highly advise a cover to get a longer life out of your tank. It will last a case of paint if you have a decent set up. A big thing to improve this is a low pressure system as i have said above. BUY IT
99 cocker, shocktech chrome trigger, FREAK grips, PMI reg, 32* Rock Knob, ANS chrome RAM, ACM chrome 3-way, ANS black LPG, CP 13" barrel black, AKALMP chrome lightning bolt, Shcoktech chrome beavertail, Shocktech chrome cocking rod, Shocktech chrome drop forward, chrome ball detent, 68 cu 4500 psi PMI nitro, and 12 volt black revy with x board. I wanna go electro so gun is for sale.
This is a great tank, light and reliable.
When I got mine, I had to replace the Pin valve.
The tank came to me broken but I told PMI, they sent the peice, I put it on, and it worked great. The customer service was outstanding and this tank is great. It looks good and works great. Highly recommended over some other tanks I have tested. Get a fiber wrapped one, they're better.
The only reason that I'm not giving it a ten is because it came to me broken, but I fixed the problem, and it is a great tank.
Seems that quite a few of them have little leeks around the fill nipple...
It's a thousand times better than co2... no more freezing... even without a regulator its much more consistant...
It you have a fiber wrapped tank... a tank cover is a must... we don't want a few thousand psi of air coming out and getting you because you neglected to get a $20 tank cover...
I dunno... theres not really much to say...
The crossfire tanks are cheaper... but i havent' used them...
Although expensive... HPA is always a good investment...
Hypermag with RT, 48/3k PMI tank, carbonfiber barrel
Since it's my first tank, i can't compare it to other tanks except for CO2. First off, I only played with it for one day and the rest was to test it for leaks and such. I bought this tank because it was farely cheap and small, i did't want something too bulky. I noticed two main weaknesses, first, The tank is made out of steel witch is pretty heavy, second, the gauge is cracking and it's not because of playing since i haven't tryed it out in about 3 months.
My main concern about this tank are the cracks in the gauge, maybe i got a faulty one, but other then that it's a pretty good tank and i recomend it the players that are starting to use nitro since it's pretty cheap and doesn't take a lot of maintnance.
2001 WGP rf cocker, chrome cp flame drop, chrome ergo reg, silver dye rocket lpr, chrome kapp beavertail, eclipse fangz ball detent, chrome sto 3-way, pro products slide frame w/ oval rod and plate, clear dye stickies, stainless steel push pin, stainless steel freak back w/ AA front, stainless steel lapco autospirit, PMI 48/3k
consistant, low price, well built, reg can be takes apart easily for maintainance
the guage on mine has like 5 cracks in it, that was my fault.
i like my pmi tank, even though i got a 48/3 cus it was on sale very cheap. i plan on getting a pmi 45/4500 very soon. the regs are consistant, and can be easily taken apart for maintainance. a great tank for a person switching from co2, at a super great price.
good buy. a 48/3k is a good switching point from co2 to hpa, for a low price.
This is my first N2 tank, so none I guess. Unless you count CO2. And CO2 doesn't compare at all.
2002 WGP Vert. Feed Autococker, J&J Edge series 14in. Barrel set, Revolution Loader (w/ X-board), N2, Delrin Bolt, Hinge Trigger frame, an Orracle Safety (enables you to shorten the trigger pull), And a P&P Drop Forward.
I bought two of the 48/3000psi tanks, got a great deal on them!!!
Not much that is bad about this tank, gauge is inaccurate (on mine anyways).
I LIKE IT!!!!!! Go for it, the price is good!!! Very light for a metal tank. With a nice drop forward, you will have no problems tucking it in. I get 500-600 rds. out of each of my tanks, which is plenty for me. About the gauge, I get an extra 100-150 shots out of each tank when the gauge reads 0 psi (doesn't bother me). I just use it 'til it runs out, I carry my spare in my remote holster on my harness.
I would recommend getting a bigger tank than mine, Like I said my gauge is kinda screwy (doesn't bother me), other than that, I think it is well worth it to purchase this product. Especially if you can't afford a Carbon wrapped tank. I get 500-600 rds. out of each of my 48 cu in. tanks, and that is plenty for me. I'm gonna dock one point because of the gauge, but it is worth the money.
You may get killed using it.
Heavy for a fiber
Poor Recharge time
not very consistant
The first time I screwed it on my gun the "downstream" burstdisk didn't work and the tank blew up, not literally but all of the air shot out with considerable force. I took the tank back to my local paintball shop P&P, and the guy said the tank pin was too long. He screwed on another one and it did the same thing as the first one. Needless to say I was less than happy. I was informed that the only reason they sold the tanks was because they were cheap.
They are garbage and they are probabally the worst tank out in my opinion.
Is it worth risking your safety over a few extra bucks?
This is garbage. Stay away from it. PMI might make good paintballs but they don't have the first clue about making a tank
Indian Creek Bk2 2003
ACI Bulldog 2 6800
It's Weight was okay not the lightest but not the heaviest.
Recharge time is not too bad
My shots would drop of like anything.
Makes weird noises while filling (close your eyes and hope you don't die)
I went though 2 burst disks in the POS
Customer support Stunk
I guess allot of people would say you get what you pay for. However not so true my ACI is a about 25 bucks more and it is a ten times better tank. Save yourself allot of trouble. Go get a bulldog 2. Their are very consistent, great recharge rate and are much better looking. Just my two cents worth.
Maybe I had a bad one I don't know. However the one thing I can say for sure is that I wasn't happy with the product or the poor attitude's of their customer service people.