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Thread: Ninja Paintball SL Tanks - 77ci

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    Ninja Paintball SL Tanks - 77ci

    I'm already drooling...


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    I just with they would make a grey SL tank. Cosmetically, I prefer the grey carbon look over the ninja black.

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    love my 68 SL tank with shp v2 reg, sooooo light on my already light mag

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    I kinda regret getting my 68 sl. It was only 5 oz lighter than my old ninja. The 77 is intriguing tho.

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    Nice. I'd love to have that 68 SL. I drule over a friend of mines. So small and light. Love my shp V2 pro reg. Sadly using my old Carlton bottle off of my 4500 flat line. Still a lot lighter than the wife's crossfire though.

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    I saw the 90 at LL7... it is so light it almost floats out of your hands. I might get one and put a crossfire reg on it

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    Will they release a SL 45? That would be awesome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mpsd View Post
    Will they release a SL 45? That would be awesome!
    Working on it but unsure of when?

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    I'd really love the option to buy a tank only, no regulator. Maybe someday Ninja will have that option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lancecst View Post
    I'd really love the option to buy a tank only, no regulator. Maybe someday Ninja will have that option.
    Check with your local dealer, they may be able to help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ninjapaintball View Post
    Working on it but unsure of when?
    Thanks for the direct reply. I'm looking forward to it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigEvil View Post
    I saw the 90 at LL7... it is so light it almost floats out of your hands. I might get one and put a crossfire reg on it
    Why a crossfire reg?

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackdeath1k View Post
    Why a crossfire reg?
    Cause crossfire gives dead nuts accurate pressure output. Its those 2 things of consistency and recharge. the old crossfires are tough to beat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nobody View Post
    Cause crossfire gives dead nuts accurate pressure output. Its those 2 things of consistency and recharge. the old crossfires are tough to beat.
    Fair enough. My wife uses an old crossfire. Its heavy as crap though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nobody View Post
    Cause crossfire gives dead nuts accurate pressure output. Its those 2 things of consistency and recharge. the old crossfires are tough to beat.
    The old ones are rock solid and a great reg, the problem is you have to find one and have it rebuilt, all of them are old and the o rings wear out over time.

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