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    #16
    Originally posted by Meleager7 View Post
    First Strike should make the 56 ci with that lifetime cylinder they make, that’d be the ultimate goldilocks tank!
    I had the same thought. According to a local shop owner, TC is still deciding how to go forward with these. He also said that steel/aluminum tanks with a TC-3ALM code have an unlimited life. I'm still a bit sceptical on that.

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      #17
      72 CUIN long narrow bottles we used to get from Paintball Mania (Nitro-Duck). I think I still have a cradle from one, loved that bottle on my Mag.


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        #18
        I'd kinda like to replace my old splash anno tanks. But.... it hasnt been an "off the shelf" item for 25 years. haha
        I'm running out of space on my 20oz tanks for hydro stamps

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          #19
          6oz co2. They were the perfect shape, size, and capacity for pump.
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            #20
            Years ago, I used to want one of those first-gen Nitro-Duck long "sausage" 4500 tanks. I don't think they used 'em very long, and I've literally never seen one for sale. At this point, of course, they're long expired and junk, so I'd imagine the few anybody had have been trashed.

            I'm running out of space on my 20oz tanks for hydro stamps
            -I had a 20-pound tank, got in exchange from the local air supplier, where the first hydro stamp was 1912. Couple guys on one of the machinist boards several years ago, said that in his last batch of oxygen and acetylene, he wound up with a couple of tanks that had Nazi hydro stamps.

            Basically, on those big steel tanks, if it keeps passing hydro, it's still good.

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              #21
              I want a 114/4500 damnit.

              I even have a swanky drop for my Max Flos.
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                Me too, I wouldget an A5 flatline and finally be able to plow through a 6+1 fullof paint before running out of air HAHA

              #22
              I’ve never heard of a 56/45but that sounds ideal to me. I really like the length of my current ninja 68, but would prefer a narrower diameter.
              The 45/45 seems nice, but when the field is only filling to 3k or less, you’re no better off than having a 48/3k.

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                #23
                Originally posted by lew View Post
                I want a 114/4500 damnit.

                I even have a swanky drop for my Max Flos.
                You sir, have either the longest arms, least efficient guns, or nobody can hit you!


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                  #24
                  Originally posted by wunderbarsafari View Post

                  You sir, have either the longest arms, least efficient guns, or nobody can hit you!
                  1) Monkey arms, 2) Shocker Sports/4x4s/Turbos, and 3) sometimes. I also like to have plenty of air on-hand to tech my guns at home.
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                    #25
                    It would be nice to get a pre order of 35ci/3000s made,,,Oh, never mind....

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                      #26
                      If they still make 7oz CO2 tanks they aren’t very easy to find. Same for 3.5/4. I have some newish 4s but haven’t seen a 7 in forever.

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                        #27
                        I too miss the long/thin 68ci tanks and don't really care for the short fat peanut style that's popular these days. Here's my old main tanks (with a Gorilla Air 68/45 for length/width comparision), the Brass Eagle 68ci EagleAir 3000 and Nitro Duck 45/45. I was mourning the loss of the long/thin 45/45 for years, but Ninja is making them once again now. Bought one last year to replace my old Nitro Duck which aged out at the end of 2020 after 15 years of service.


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                          #28
                          Originally posted by Hp_lovecraft View Post
                          I'd kinda like to replace my old splash anno tanks. But.... it hasnt been an "off the shelf" item for 25 years. haha
                          I'm running out of space on my 20oz tanks for hydro stamps
                          I have a 24oz luxfer you can have that should have enough time to get it rehydroed for another 5 years.

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