hey guys, was wondering if it is normal for my carbon fiber tank to have cracks in it. it was made in 2012 and is due to be hydro'd in four years or so. Im concerned it will blow up one day while filling or something. They are only hairline cracks, nothing gaping. Let me know
I have begun creating the first paintball team for my university (Canadian of course) and am super excited to get it going. If my team becomes a success, I hope that one day it will inspire other university/college students to develop teams across Canada. The states has a similar set-up currently in which school teams compete against one another in the same way hockey, lacrosse, and soccer teams would. Paintball is more expensive in Canada than the us because we import almost everything. I believe that if we promote paintball play among universities it will lead to an explosion in demand for the paintball market to either converge in Canada or fuel the birth of new paintball companies in Canada. I have the dream to one day participate in a Canadian paintball league against other schools Canada wide. I want to know what you guys think, and I hope others are inspired to form paintball teams for their schools.
Hey everyone, I have a 68/4500 Empire brand tank at the moment. I know quite a bit about paintball but I cant decide if I should go aluminum ninja or carbon fiber (obviously carbon fiber is superior) but I would like to know how much I would sacrifice if I got aluminum, there must be some advantage to aluminum. Anyway thanks