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Good tanks! January 25, 2008
Reviewer: Adam Burner from Luray, VA United States  
They are very good! I only have one O ring bust on me and One time I had a tank blow up, but I think it was because they had filled it wrong or it was too hot outside. So ALWAYS take spare O rings with you, or you might be screwed and have to leave because of it.

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20 oz tank January 22, 2008
Reviewer: Brandon from Monroe, NC United States  
This is a great tank for my tippmann. Some people say it freezes up on them but that never happened to me. The o-ring might need to be changed but thats no big problem. I can get about 800-850 balls out of it which is great. I never had any problems with this tank and plan to use it untill i get a hpa tank.

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Not that great January 17, 2008
Reviewer: Ron Crews  
To tell you the truth,i hate co2 tanks,since they get dirt,rust,and liquid into your marker. The only true reason i have a co2 tank is for my back up marker,which is just a e-force pirhana so that can use co2 but my promaster can only use hpa so,yea.

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if your going co2 just get the 20oz January 16, 2008
Reviewer: darren boe from santa barbara, CA United States  
Its always good to have a co2 tank around even after you have graduated to HP.  In all honesty get this and an anti siphon head and you could have a decent backup if your hp tanks go south.  But if your going to bother with a co2 tank you should just go big.  

Most places make you pay by the tank fill so go get your moneys worth with the biggest.

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20 oz. CO2 review January 13, 2008
Reviewer: David Hatem from Bel Air, MD United States  
This air system is the quintessential air supply for any beginning player. It is compatible with most lower end guns. CO2 is commonly available and cheap, making this tank an excellent choice for all beginners. The 20 oz. capacity is also great for those prolonged games. The only downside is that it sometimes freezes your gun up if you shoot too fast.

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Great Tank January 13, 2008
Reviewer: kyle crawford from gainesville, FL United States  
This tank is awesome in number of shots and durability!!! Down side is that the o-ring that comes with it breaks pretty quickly, it is very heavy and bulky and doesn't fit well into the shoulder, and does offset the weight of the gun. But if you like to go through a lot of rounds in a game and don't want to pay for N2 than this tank it for you!

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Big Tank. January 11, 2008
Reviewer: Daniel Nelson from Lafayette, IN United States  
This is a great tank if you like to sit in one place and try to shoot at people who are in the next zip codes.  The tank is bulky and awkward to carry.  I would suggest getting a sixteen ounce or twelve ounce because they still get a good amount of shots, but aren't nearly as heavy.

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