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Empire Mega Lite Systems offer an affordable option to the player who wants to upgrade to a High Pressure Air system. These high quality air...View full details
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PRE OWNED HK Army 50/4500 Grey W/ Exalt Tank Butt Lime Born Date: 08/21 Condition: 8.5/10 Tank is in great condition, has some staining at the ne...View full details
PRE OWNED NINJA 68/4500 TANK SMOKE This Pre Owned Ninja, Exalt Tank Butt in Lime Born Date: 02/22 Condition: 8.5/10 Bottle is in good condition, s...View full details
Empire paintball tanks are unique in the fact they are backed by one of, if not the largest paintball company in the sport of paintball. This is a huge benefit when it comes to warranty and product support.
Empire paintball tanks are light weight and low cost when compared to other paintball compressed air tanks of the same size and style. Ninja paintball tanks and Empire air tanks differ mainly in the design of the regulator each company provides on its bottles.
When considering which air tanks to choose, Pro Edge Paintball endorses the Empire paintball tanks and Ninja paintball tanks the most. If you have any questions or would like a more specific recommendation, reach out to us anytime and we will help guide you to make an informed decision with your paintball air tank purchase.
Empire has been in paintball for a long time and has always made sure to offer everything you need under one roof! From their markers to loaders and air tanks, they make sure that if you want to have everything Empire, they offer it for you! Empire has many styles of air tanks from your basic 48ci & 68ci 4500 PSI air tanks in the normal grey carbon fiber as well as a slate green and many other colors!
Different sizes of air tanks matter when you are trying to pick out the one for you. Empire offers the two most common size air tanks to pick from. The 48ci 4500 PSI Empire Air tank is great for the smaller players or those who want a smaller set up for playing those tight spots where a larger tank would not work that well. Some players like to have a smaller air tank for the lighter weight, the 48/4500 Empire Air tank weighs in under 2 pounds. This makes playing all day nice and easy knowing your air tank is extremely light weight!
The 68ci 4500 PSI Empire Air tank is the most common air tank on the market. The size of this air tank is about 2 inches longer than the 48ci air tank, but gets you more shots per fill! This is what most players are looking for when shopping for a new air tank. Looking for a lightweight air tank and how many shots you will get per fill. This air tank is still very light weight coming in just a couple ounces heavier than then the 48ci air tank Empire makes. If you are in the market for a new air tank we highly recommend checking out what empire has to offer.
Empire has a few different colors in the Empire 68/4500 Air Tank. They offer the standard Grey carbon-fiber wrap, Blue, Red, Lime Green and Smoke. No matter the color of you marker, loader, jersey or mask, Empire offers colors to match it all. The Smoke color way has to be the most popular color way that is sold for Empire Air Tanks. Unfortunately Empire does not offer the 48/4500 Empire Air Tank in any other colors besides Grey and Smoked.
Empire has always been known to produce the highest quality gear for the players of paintball! From their markers to their air tanks they always give you gear you can rely on. Empire goes above and beyond to make sure that gear is going to work for years to come. The only thing you will ever have to do to your air tank is get it tested every 5 years for its hydrostatic testing. This is something that has to be done no matter who makes the air tank, this is a way to ensure the air tank is safe for you to continue using.