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2.5oz co2 tanks with on/off valves.

DOT-3AL Approved and Certified
CNS-121Z1001 HPA bottle approved and certified.
3000psi test pressure, 1800psi working pressure, 2400psi burst disk.
weight: .85 lbs + 10% for the valve
lenght: 16 cm + 10% for the valve



What do you think?
 

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lol lets say i hooked it up to a pump setup how many shots u think itll get u, i might like one of there, i wish it was air instead of co2 tho
Depending on your set up you can get about 250 usable shots from a 3.5oz CO2. With a 13ci/3000psi HPA tank (about the size of a 9oz but thinner, you can get about the same number of shots as the 3.5oz tank. I'm not sure where the OP got the 2.5 pictured above so I can't say what you'd get for shots. Pumps really don't need HPA to function well. There is usually not any shoot down or tank chill involved with them.
 

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they are good looking little tanks. If I was running a phantom I think I would grab one. 3.5 oz is nice but getting the 2.5 would be lighter running a modified stock class would be amazing with it. so light.
 

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I highlighted your avatar, and nothing happened, now I feel like an idiot ()_*

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I might buy one of those! Nice when you run out of air in a real match... You sure it's a reliable company, and not one of those cheap Asian ones?
 

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no no young grass hopper. these are ment for people with guns who normally don't have to worry about burning through more than one tank. But yes I guess if you played alot of scenario or long haul games that you might be away from a fill station for several hours it could be good. Couldn't see the point in carrying it around on a speed ball field.
 

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You sure it's a reliable company, and not one of those cheap Asian ones?
The tank is covered with Chinese or Japanese lettering. :(

I've been playing stock class and modified stock class for years and have never seen a tank smaller than 3.5oz. I wouldn't recommend this for any paintball application. Plus the inner workings of your trilogy will mean poor performance with a tank of this size. There is far too much volume for the C02 to fill for you to get anywhere near 150 shots from a tank that size.
 
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