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Posted 01 October 2009 - 10:04 AM

So I was looking at some hpa tanks, and saw some people selling ones that were by a company called ANS- the tanks I saw were carbon fiber with a blue "sticker" with "ANS" in yellow lettering.

I know there's a site called ANSGear- are these like their house brand? Or something else?
Are they any good?
What other brands of tank are they comparable to?

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Posted 01 October 2009 - 10:14 AM

Their regulators are average.


Depending on the age of the tank though. The old Bulldog regs tended to have a slow recharge rate that worked fine for Tippmanns and other blow backs but just could not keep up withthe high end guns and high rates of fire.

As for the tank iself, there are only a choice few manufactures out there so it would be fine.
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Posted 01 October 2009 - 11:16 AM

View PostKrazy8, on Oct 1 2009, 10:14 AM, said:

Their regulators are average.


Depending on the age of the tank though. The old Bulldog regs tended to have a slow recharge rate that worked fine for Tippmanns and other blow backs but just could not keep up withthe high end guns and high rates of fire.

As for the tank iself, there are only a choice few manufactures out there so it would be fine.


Do they make tanks with different regs?
What would they be called (ie, bulldog/myth/etc.)
If it came with a new reg, would that fix the recharge problem?
That could be a problem, as the tank will probably be going on an electronic marker....
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Posted 02 October 2009 - 09:01 PM

View PostSouleater, on Oct 1 2009, 01:16 PM, said:

View PostKrazy8, on Oct 1 2009, 10:14 AM, said:

Their regulators are average.


Depending on the age of the tank though. The old Bulldog regs tended to have a slow recharge rate that worked fine for Tippmanns and other blow backs but just could not keep up withthe high end guns and high rates of fire.

As for the tank iself, there are only a choice few manufactures out there so it would be fine.


Do they make tanks with different regs?
What would they be called (ie, bulldog/myth/etc.)
If it came with a new reg, would that fix the recharge problem?
That could be a problem, as the tank will probably be going on an electronic marker....

Yes, a new reg would fix the recharge problem. I suggest a myth or myth 2, they are relatively cheap and are good regs.
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Posted 06 October 2009 - 05:33 AM

Yeah, those were the regs I was looking at.

Although I went on ANS Gear.com, and looked at the ANS tanks, and one of them said it had a Myth reg installed.
So could the newer tanks have better regs?
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