13 Best Paintball Tanks

Top 13 Paintball Tanks

Tippmann Empire Basics 48ci ( Version - Globally Certified)
Product Highlights:
  • lightweight aluminum dot and tc certified cylinders "made in the usa"
  • 3000 psi fill capacity with an 800 psi output pressure
  • user replaceable bonnet
Maddog 20 Oz Refillable ( Paintball Tank - 1 Pack)
Product Highlights:
  • 20 oz refillable co2 paintball tank - lightweight aluminum 20 oz capacity co2 tank
  • compatible with all standard co2 powered paintball gun markers - approximately 800-1000 shots per filll so you won't run out of air mid-game! entry level to tournament pro, maddog's got you covered!
  • guaranteed fresh manufactured dates - 5 year retest cycle - exceeds all industry standard safety requirements - dot and tc certified - all co2 tanks are shipped empty to comply with department of transportation laws
Empire Paintball Basics 48ci ( 4500psi Air Tank)
Product Highlights:
  • proven regulator performance using pure energy technology
  • 48 cubic inch at 4500 psi
  • standard 800 psi output pressure
Ninja Carbon Fiber HPA ( 50/4500 - Grey)
Product Highlights:
  • 4500 psi
  • adjustable regulator
  • 5 year hydro
Aluminum CO2 Paintball Tank (Paintball Tank)
Product Highlights:
  • lightweight dot and tc certified aluminum 20oz co2 cylinder made in the usa
  • five year retest cycle
  • exceed all industry standards
Ninja Carbon Fiber HPA ( Reg - Translucent Red)
Product Highlights:
  • 4500 psi
  • adjustable regulator
  • 5 year hydro
Maddog Sports 48ci3000psi High ( Air Tank - Black / Red)
Product Highlights:
  • most popular compressed air tank on the market, perfect your paintball marker!
  • high quality 48ci 3000psi aluminum 5 year hpa tank | dot / tc certified
  • 3000psi regulator has excellent flow, efficiency, and a stable pressure output
Ninja 68ci4500psi Carbon Fiber ( Paintball Tank GRAY)
Product Highlights:
  • made in the usa
  • 4500 psi
  • d.o.t. and t.c. approved carbon fiber bottle

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