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    hp air tank

    I just have gotten back into paintball what type of hp air tank do you recommend

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    If you are looking for a strong RT Effect, I would recommend a Ninja SHP regulator. For the most part, a tank is a tank is a tank in my opinion. Buying used is a decent option, just make sure the tank is in good physical condition and will pass a hydrostatic test if its out of date. Also keep in mind CF wrapped tanks have a 15 year lifespan and there are LOTS of them out there for sale that are worthless as they are past their testable lifespan.

    A good size tank is a 4500/68. Holds enough air and small enough to be comfortable.

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    Ninja Super Light tank with super high pressure reg.

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    Quote Originally Posted by donttryullose View Post
    I just have gotten back into paintball what type of hp air tank do you recommend
    depends on you budget and what type of playing you do.

    the 68/4500 is the best choice for all around playing and yes i recommend a ninja reg

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    Quote Originally Posted by ninjapaintball View Post
    and yes i recommend a ninja reg
    You don't say...

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    Since I spy a ninja... I searched (and failed) for an answer to this question. If you were using ULT vs RT on/off, would you use different outputs. Or would a ult, looking for more of a walkable affect, require the high output as well?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skorpion View Post
    Since I spy a ninja... I searched (and failed) for an answer to this question. If you were using ULT vs RT on/off, would you use different outputs. Or would a ult, looking for more of a walkable affect, require the high output as well?
    I do not think the higher pressure helps an ult but others may know more than me about this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skorpion View Post
    Since I spy a ninja... I searched (and failed) for an answer to this question. If you were using ULT vs RT on/off, would you use different outputs. Or would a ult, looking for more of a walkable affect, require the high output as well?
    Like said above, higher output would not help ULT to be more walkable.

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