Well i first got this tank i was like wo heavy and they sent me the wrong size cover.well i got this brand new out of the plastic and i went to go get it filled and the part were they fill it up at was leaking bad so i had to get it repared $13.00 not to bad i got the tank for 70.00 off ebay .and my friend got the same one used from a guy and his was just fine so i was kinda mad.
Over all hope u dont get a bad tank . but i like it it doesnt have a very constant flow to it also .but i would recomend a carbon fiber tank way better!!!
nerve, pure energy 68 4500 nitro, halo b comeing soon virtue board new designs bolt and odyssey halo z-board
Very light and very reliable
None to me
Alright for 200.00$ im not gunna complain one i didnt pay for the tank and 2 its the top of the line air tank. carbon fiber nothing better pmi makes a very very light and reliable tank for any kind of paintballer you can get 1500 shots of of my tank with out and gun ups
Spyder Imagine w/ Bandit Bolt-Shocktech Springs & Low Pressure Cell-12'' Smart Parts Teardrop-New Designz HP Valve, 48/30 HPA, Revvy 12v
Good price and it is a good step up over Co2.
Kinda small and kinda heavy.
This is a nice entry level tank to tournament paintball. It operates a lot smoother than C02 and it has a gauge to tell you how much air you have left. No more guessing. thats the main reason i got this tank. Now i won't run out during a game unless i shoot more than 500-600 shots. Awesome. Oh yeah i have the 48ci tank.
For the price these tanks are some of the best there are!!! they're recharge rate keeps up with crossfire at half the price. also these tanks get some of the best shot volume of all tanks. i would recommend these tanks to anyone who asked. but if u are a big spender a crossf=ire would be the way to go because of wright and consistency
Doesnt let out so much C02 that you have to fill it constantly.
None so far
I have been using the tank for about a year without altering it in any way, and it still works perfectly with no kinks or leaks. I havent even had to change the o-ring. The tanks are good shot withstanders, I had a C02 tank that got shot and went flying off and hit a tree, but this one has been shot a lot and I have never had that happen.
Good tank. You dont need to replace it after a while. Ive never seen or heard of a pure enrgey giving someone trouble.
Wel I got this tank when I got my etek ego on boxing day. I didn't put a review earlyer because i didn't even see this product on the site. I have the 68/4500. It is an awsome tank works great with my etek. Just as good as those 300$ dollar tank made by crossfire or what ever. Like I said in the weaknesses the refill cover is a bit slpiery but who cares it's not like you'll be getting shot while your refilling your tank.
Great tank works awsome and is cheap. I can get about 1400 shots with one fill.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, June 5th, 2007 at 9:01 pm PST
Good price, convertable to LP, 1 year warranty, rebuildable, HP reg outputs 850psi
I bought a 72/3000 tank online along with my brother and got free shipping, only $55 each, great price. What we thought we were getting was a geurrila air 72/3000 but the description said if they ran outta stock they would send us a more expensive tank, fine by us. They either ran outta stock or just had the product wrong, but none the less I'm happy with my tank. This tank is huge, simply huge and heavy(4.1 lbs empty), the tank covers used for this are 88ci(mind you i'm talking of the 72/3000 tank.) If you don't mind a heavy tank (around 5 lbs full) and a massive tank, this would be a fine tank, otherwise get a 48/3000 or a carbon fiber tank. Other than that it holds a lot of air, 900-1000 on a gas hog, and easily more on an efficient gun. I just got back form playing with the tank and it had no problems, did very well on my Spyder Classic along with my brother's Victor. A great thing about this regulator used is it outputs a little more than other company's regs, 850psi compared to 800psi. That doesn't sound like a whole lot, but in my brother's case, it was the only way his marker was recocking. Another great thing is the regulator is easily rebuildable, and can be converted from HP to LP for less than $15. The company also has a 1 year warranty on the tanks, and 5 year hydro (3000 psi carbon fibers just have 3 year hydro i think.) If you're looking for a cheap tank, buy a PMI Pure energy, they have good regs, don't go with some crappy company like ACI or something, just check there rating and lowest rated reviews, the players have problems with the regulators and have to send them back.
Great all around tank, wonderful for beginners because of it's great price (one of the lowest on the market) but with it's rebuildable and convertable regulator, even if you decide to buy a high end gun down the road, you'll be fine.
WGP 2k4 VF Cocker
50/3k Worr Gas
32* Drop Forward
12' Dye Excel Barrel
System X Grips
Spyder E-99 Avant
PMI Pure Energy 72cu/3000psi
32 Degrees Universal Drop Forward
ANS GenX-2 Regulator
32 Degrees LPC
16" Smart Parts Progressive Barrel
Shocktech Clamping Feed Neck
Shocktech Superfly Bolt
Check It Sweet Spot Trigger
Empire Reloader II
I purchased this tank (PMI Pure Energy 72cu 3000psi) from a website for $64. I have to say that it is one of the best investments that I have ever made. I noticed a major increase in shot consistency and accuracy when i switched from CO2. I'm still getting used to the size and weight (compared to a 12oz. CO2 tank). Performance is always at its best with the tank, and doesn't decrease as the tank empties. It is also much safer than CO2, no worries of liquid entering your gun (although it is not a problem with spyders or cockers), or o-rings freezing and breaking. Haven't had a problem with this tank yet, and hope to never have one. I can honestly say the same for the WGP Worr Gas 50ci 300psi tank on the Cocker.
I would definitely reccommend this product to anyone who is looking to upgrade to an HPA/N2 system, you will be amazed at how much better consistency and accuracy you and your gun will achieve with this tank. Only problem for me was the weight and size, but you can always go with the 48cu one if the 72 will not fit or if size/weight is a problem. I'm giving this tank a 9 so as not to seem bias, there are definitely better tanks out there, but the price of this tank makes it one of the best.
proto rail black dust
newdesignz slik trigger
proto alloy back cap
halo b w/ rip drive
68/45 cf tank
Size and number of shots
Light and compact
Ifilled mine for the first time but the felid i go to never gives a full 4500 fill they stop at 4100- 4300 but when i went out side and finaly got home it was 3900 but i was 50 degres out side and i rode in the bed of a pickup so the drop in temp might of done the pressure drop
Other then that these pmi tanks are great they flow constanly and are light and compact
Mine was cheap 159.99 for a 68/45 but mine has the off brand bottle with out the pmi logo other wise its 205
Great tank for the price mine was cheaper then most of them cuz of the bottle
9 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, February 9th, 2007 at 8:22 pm PST