|SportsJunky ||11-03-2006 07:24 AM |
Centerflag or Nitroduck
I am looking at them both and which do you feel is better? Oh and how do you know if a nitroduck is lp?
|PaintYa ||11-03-2006 07:30 AM |
I picked up a guerilla air tank, they come in both hp and lp. Might want to check them out too in case you haven't.
|grimace ||11-03-2006 08:16 AM |
I'd say Centerflag. I got my LP 420 used and was able to rebuild the reg myself. When I was ordering new seals I asked about LP-HP conversion. They threw a HP spring in for free so now I can switch back and forth.
|Robertsr ||11-03-2006 11:08 AM |
centerflag for me.
|Invictus ||11-03-2006 11:20 AM |
I personally use a crossfire tank, but if I had to choose.... it would definitely be Centerflag over a nitroduck any day.
|Headshotted ||11-03-2006 11:47 AM |
I'm a fan of Crossfire's... Then again, those work best on my marker.
|Legion ||11-03-2006 01:23 PM |
Centerflag!!! They last forever...Its all i will buy.
|SportsJunky ||11-03-2006 03:18 PM |
WOW.... just wow damn its is a majority here obviously. I will go for it
Thank you all
|Cunha ||11-03-2006 03:27 PM |
Id take a nitroduck tank over anything. They use luxfer bottles and I like a brass threaded portion for the sake of friction and wear.
Centerflag makes a decent product, but nitroduck HP fixed output 45/45 is my favorite tank. Or a conquest.
|K_Obeastly ||11-03-2006 04:45 PM |
I use a crossfire but would recommend the centerflag over the nitroduck as well. I have seen a few things from nitroduck I really don't like. With some of the nitroduck adjustable regs the way the reg is assembled it the pieces don't fit together all that tight and thus a lot of the tanks still wobble a bit when on the gun.
over this summer/early fall a player at a local tourney had his nitroduck reg come apart during a game. His impact with the ground is what broke the reg but no matter what the cause it still turned into a bottle rocket and that always leaves a lasting impression with me. I can't say a centerflag wouldn't have done the same so I can't be sure that they are more durable with out it being questionable.
also recommend staying away from ACI regged tanks and angel air. If refresh rate is a big concern check at AO or in the mags section. Emags will help you spot a slow reg really easy.
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