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Empire 68/4500 Compressed Air Paintball Tank - Grey



 
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Empire Basic Air Systems offer an affordable option to the player who wants to upgrade to a High Pressure Air system. These high quality air systems feature an aluminum regulator that provides steady performance and reliability. With a five-year retest cycle, these Empire Basic tanks will operate for many years of quality performance.
Features
  • 48, 68, or 88 Cubic inches / 4500 psi
  • DOT approved cylinder
  • Limited 90 day warranty
  • Aircraft grade aluminum construction regulator
  • Five year retest cycle
  • Standard 800 psi output pressure

Average Review: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 21 Write a review.

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
 
I have not personally bought this product June 21, 2017
Reviewer: Kylan from Kingston, Ontario, Canada  
I live in Canada so as of 2015 paintball tanks under 61 cubic inches don't need to be hydro tested. The two closest are 68 and 48. 68 being two high. And 48 being way under so should I get the 68 and get it hydro tested. Or get the 48 and not hydro test it but possibly run out of pressure. The review's I have seen for the 68 are  very good but I haven't  researched the 48 much so I'm not sure about that one. if have any suggestions please email me at "kylanx7@gmail.com" I'm pretty new too paintball so any suggestions, tips or pointers would be very much appreciated.


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  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
 
I have not personally bought this product June 21, 2017
Reviewer: Kylan from Kingston, Ontario, Canada  
I live in Canada so as of 2015 paintball tanks under 61 cubic inches don't need to be hydro tested. The two closest are 68 and 48. 68 being two high. And 48 being way under so should I get the 68 and get it hydro tested. Or get the 48 and not hydro test it but possibly run out of pressure. The review's I have seen for the 68 are  very good but I haven't  researched the 48 much so I'm not sure about that one. if have any suggestions please email me at "kylanx7@gmail.com" I'm pretty new too paintball so any suggestions, tips or pointers would be very much appreciated.


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  4 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
 
great price June 2, 2015
Reviewer: Rook from west hills, CA United States  
for the price its great, I also have a sl77 ninja but to be honest you really can hardly feel the difference of a pound and if you say you do then hit the gym and you need to get stronger haha, but im happy with this tank its great and does the job for the price, haven't had a problem yet after a year and a half

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  1 of 5 people found the following review helpful:
 
Garbage recharge rates January 27, 2015
Reviewer: Anonymous Person  
The recharge rate is abysmal from the paired regulator.  First shot will be have an output pressure around 800PSI; subsequent shots at a reasonable rate will bottom the recharge rate around 500psi.  

This is fine for most markers, but if you need a tank with a high recharge rate and consistent output at high pressure...this product will disappoint.

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  2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
 
Reg Rebuilt December 24, 2014
Reviewer: Zach D from Omaha, NE  
I bought this about a year ago and after 3 months of having it it kept blowing a burst disk so i sent it into empire and the rebuilt it for free. Haven't had a problem since.

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