-I recently purchased a Smart Parts Ion Player Package off Ebay and it came with a 48/3000psi Nitro tank, Evlution III hopper, NxE tank cover, and of course, the Ion. When I took the air tank to the local field to get it filled, they said that in order for any air tank in Canada to be filled, you need to have TC (Transit Canada) registration numbers on it. If anyone is caught filling these unauthorized tanks, there is a $50,000 dollar fine. I bought mine from a U.S. dealer, so it came with a DOT number on it. You need a TC number on all tanks because Canada has different safety and inspection standards for anything dealing with compressed air or gas. This also includes propane tanks, etc. For example: The TC number on my Canadian CO2 tank is: TC-3ALM124. If you do not have a tank that has TC numbers on it, you CAN NOT get it re-stamped. This just serves as a little heads up for all Canadian members buying from here, ebay, or any foriegn dealer. I hope this gets stickied, because I don't want anyone else to go through the hassle of returning the tank, waiting for it to ship, then waiting for it to come back. This is especially important in my opinion during the buying/selling/trading or paintball gear on this forum.
This post has been edited by Coaxe: 07 April 2007 - 10:32 AM