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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
By Robby from USA on 2011-01-04 11:06:39Things I liked:I Love these 4500 psi CF > (carbon fiber) tanks, I also have the CF Piglet Tank.. The Marauder has a 215 cc tube, with this 88 Cu ft (cubic foot) 4,500 psi tank if you fill to 3,000 psi's and only shoot down to 2,000 psi's then fill, like I do you will get about 57 full 3,000 psi fills.. And of course your fills after that will not get up to 3,000 psi's but you still get a lot more shooting, even when the gun is not filled to 3,000 psi's.. ONLY around 57 fills, is it worth the money you say? Well to pump my Marauder from around 2,000 psi's to 3,000 psi's with the 1 of the 2 pumps I have was a lot of sweat on hot days an took around 135 to 150 pumps depended on which pump I used.. Now consider, pumping in the heat sweating to fill the gun them same 57 times with a pump say on the low side at 135 pumps to fill? That's 7,695 pumps I saved with them 57 fills from the tank, and ALOT of sweat, so to me the answer is YEP it's worth it... ANYWAYYYYY With the 490 cc AirForce Condor you get about 25 full 3,000 psi fills and also save a lot of time from pumpimg.. With the 17 cu ft CF > (cubic foot carbon fiber) piglet you get 4 fills for the condor and 11 Marauder fills but it fits a little back pack and is light to carry all day...BUY the 88 cu ft CF tank its worth every dime NO MORE PUMPING!!! lol
Things I would have changed:Cheaper if possible? Offer a bigger size, maybe the 105 cu ft?
What others should know:Expensive BUT worth every dime, just think no more breaking your back OR wiping all that sweat away on them 90 degree days PUMPING!!! lol
0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
By James from USA on 2014-03-17 07:52:22Things I liked:Incredibly useful for filling smaller tanks like the 13ci tank that my Drozd Blackbird uses. I get a lot of fills from this tank.
Things I would have changed:The valve: It uses a Scott fitting and my local dive show can't fill it. Luckily, the fire dept. can fill it with a [K?] fitting, but I'm currently waiting on a male/male quick disconnect so that I can stop bothering the VFD for air. They should have shipped it with a standard valve with a scuba/scba fitting. Scott pack makes this a pain to fill.