70CI carbon fiber-wrapped tank with regulator, 5 year hydro. This tank is about 1/2in shorter than a 45/4500. Compact size for the front player and plenty of capacity to play mid. weight 3.05 diameter 4.25 length 10.5.
The Crossfire Stub Air System is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used. Check out the Places to Buy links below for places to purchase it new.
SE anodized Defiant, Kapp Drop Zone 2 with on/off, 12volt revy with x-board and stubby tank.
Compared to other tanks, this tank is light weight, and is also smaller than other tanks I have used. I got nearly 1000 shots with my old Spyder Shutter. Crossfire makes very good preset nitro tanks for an affordable price. This is a great way to go from CO2 to nitrogen with out spending a terrible large amount of money.
Nothing really. Only thing is that it weighs more than some fiber wraps, but the tank last longer.
Great Tank, im not sorry i bought it.
Chris J. Team Malfunction
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various nitro tanks, fiber and steel
impulse, max flo reg, shockteck drop
inexpensive, sturdy little tank. Shorter for those who want less sticking out of the back. Good flow rate
*If the gas ran out of this tank, you could unscrew it and use it as a club. Attaching this to your gun feels like lugging a cinder block around.
*Like all other steel tanks, this one loses a bit of pressure after it's filled, due to shrinking after the expansion from filling
Good way to get into nitro without cost being that much of an issue. You may want to see how it feels on your gun first though, due to uncommon size and heft. Great for it's value, as long as it's something you're comfortable with
Custom 2000 Autococker - all Shocktech internals - All American and Pro series barrels
very small...probably the smallest tank on the market
not the lightest but not the heaviest....nice medium weight
Low drop off, high flow, consistant output
metal...very durable...I've dove and crawled with mine and been shot in it and it's still works perfect...I swear they never break or fail
nice gauge....not too large but easy to read
Price is very respectable
Crossfire makes the best tanks on the market I think. This one is my favorite because it is a great balance between size and air capacity. I do perfer metals tanks since you can play rougher with them and this one is the best. I got mine used and it's 2 years old in all and it's still working perfectly fine.
Spyder sonix/ java em1( haven't used on the emmy yet) 3000psi remote coil and two in 1 pack and a 3000 psi 68 ci tank(preset)
very consistent, would not suggest using on a sonix cuz i really couldn't get fps up far enuff( past 250). really reliable, doesn't empty too fast, i lasted a whole four hours with it only refillin once and it didn't sputter too loud like co2. i would definitely suggest this to ne one lookin for a simple way to upgrade.
nothin as far as i can see
great tank get a 68 ci cuz it will last long than a 48 and doesn't weigh as much as a 114ci and it is a great price!
This tank rocks. For many reasons:
*how much air it can hold.
*the guage is very easy to read.
*with a good drop foward on your gun the weight of the tank is not very noticable.
*made by Crossfire (they make the best tanks, w/Pure Energy at a close second)
*Lastly you don't have to pitch it if ya get a scratch
(I RECOMEND GETTING A REDZ N2 TANK COVER JUST IN CASE IF YOU DROP IT OR IF YOU, LIKE ME, LIKE HAVING SOMETHING ELSE BETWEEN A $100 UP INVESTMENT AND A BUNKER SET ON DESTRUCTION)
the only bad thing i can think up of is if you don't like green on tanks.
It can be corrected if you get a tank cover.
THIS PRODUCT KICKS SOME SERIOUS A$$
and is worth every penny, infact if you are not satisified with it (which you won't be) e-mail me!!!
I have been playin' paintball for 3 years and this is the best tank i have seen so far in its price range.
The only better tank i can think of would be a Angle Air but that cost well over $800.
It's compact size is a definate plus, it's durable and not too expensive.
The plug that feeds air into it, has a faulty inner spring, have had to replace this particular item twice. The top reg. part with the threads is made of brass which is a soft metal, would have preffered aluminum or steel, like the rest of the dam tank. Also it's a bit on the heavy side, after a while of playing this plus my marker combined, feels like I'm carrying a twenty pound dumbell. The color is a problem for some, being that it only comes in green, but if you remove the stickers and spray paint it any color you want, it shouldnt be a problem anymore.
In conclusion I feel this is a great tank for the money, I have no shootdown or any sort of problem with this tank aside from the weight in the longrun. For the cost efficiant player, looking for a reliable air source this is the tank to get, mind you, it's not going to be as efficient as an Angel A.I.R tank or any of those, but for most needs it's more than adequate.