Has anyone done a tank weight comparison review or video weighing some?
I looks like according to ANS gear the ANS, GAS and Crossfire 68's are the lightest at 2lbs 5.6oz, except for the Dye throttle which is more money and apparently the reg is an inch longer. Are they really that much lighter than the Ninja tanks? Then for 45/4500's Ninja seems like the lightest by far? Is that right?
I just got a Ninja 77 dura and its a little to big, I should of got a 68 with pro reg but they don't come in the black dura
The Ninja UL reg is just a regular reg with a small gauge and alu bonnet right? How much does the pro reg weigh in comparison?
So I held a couple now and still like the R Rail, I had been avoiding the Axe cuz I thought it was mini size but even with it being bigger the grip feels to big and the for grip feels odd to me. The Etha is smaller but the grips are a lot harder. Of course I can't see how they shoot. I can't decide I want to order a 2012 PGA rail but I also want to support local stuff but he can only get the 2013's now?
The shop I was at has a used red Dye NT11 for $450 should I jump on that over $450 for a Reflex Rail?
Seriously is it just me or is this thing sound amazing? A regulated... spool valve... mech?... FOR $130!
I was just look at them, thinking of maybe owning 3ish (planning on PMR with rotor, SP-1 and something else and I also have a fasta, could get another so every one would have a nice loader) guns down the road to take friends with me or in the back yard, or I could use the mech and let them use the better gun to even out the teams you know? Most people I'n trying to get to play with me are luck to have even shot a Spyder or Tippman and all feilds have are Model 98's. I try to tell people that there all junk and a PMR or something for $250 is miles better but what about the enmey for $130? I wonder it it has the Vibe/SP-1 anti chop system?
The Kaos and Blitz are blow-backs like spyders, spyders are well spyders... what else is there? The only thing I see wrong with this gun is the single finger trigger and that for 2 of these you could have an extcy or for $70 more an envy.
So with the SP-1 being only $125, and always wanting one, I was planning on getting it as soon as I get payed along with the $100 Blackheart board kit ($225).
But then I'm thinking wont it be harder to change modes in a game? vs the single-3 round-full auto board? but it would also be 20bps+ vs 11 right? It would be nice to have the increased fire rate, adjustable full auto and ramping modes but how hard is it to change modes?
Does the black heart upgrade the QEV too or is that something separate to buy?
Then I looked into the G1 closer, for some reason I thought it was offset feed neck only but its not AND it has a 14" barrel and a AWESOME HARD CASE! so should I just get the G1 Blackheart for $300?