KAS Crossfire Fiber Wrap 68ci 4500psi HPA Tank
There are a lot of good things about this hpa tank, and there are a few bad things. Here's my KAS Crossfire fiber wrap paintball tank review for you guys.
Let's first start out with a video demonstration.
The video gives you a general picture of the KAS Crossfire tank, but there is more to know
First of all, some paintball players prefer ninja paintball tanks because they are made in the U.S. and the pressure is adjustable.
I personally have no bias towards American paintball tanks, because many non-U.S. tanks are very awesome.
I am somewhat disappointed with the inability to adjust the pressure settings though. This is a fairly expensive paintball tank, so that should undoubtedly be a feature.
That being said, this tank is very good, it has a high capacity and easy to fill/bleed, but unfortunately the gauge is very big and you with either need no drop forward or an aftermarket drop forward.
You won't have any major problems with this paintball tank. But it does lack some features that come standard with most high quality tanks.