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  Guerrilla Air 62ci 3000psi M3 MYTH 3 HPA Tank
Guerrilla Air 62ci 3000psi MYTH 3 HPA Tank

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Our Price: $49.95

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Product Code: GA-M3-62-3000

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The economical solution from Guerrilla Air, the 62/3000 features Guerrilla's all-in-one revolutionary Myth Regulator and Tank System. Features a high pressure output (800psi) and a 3000 PSI rated 62ci aluminum cylinder. One of the best values on the market with the highest performance, lowest profile and lightest-weight available..

Features of the Myth 3 Regulator Include:

Pro-Series Safety Assembly - Safety with a safety. Flush burst disc design that reduces the burst disc profile while adding positive, directional vest discharging. This allows for venting prior to coming loose from the regulator.

Tri-Safe Technology - External high side, external low side and the Internal Low side safety bleed which allows for the venting of pressure from behind the guage.

Removable Poppet Retainment Flange - Vents all residual pressure trapped in the low pressure side prior to disengagement.

High-Grade Polyurethane O-Rings - Ensures consistent pressure and reduce wear.

CNC Machine Billet Aluminum Construction - Ensures every regulator is made with the same standards of quality with stability and durability.
  • DOT/TC Approved
  • 3.2 lbs. Approx.
  • 900 Shots
  • 11 3/8” Height
  • Highest–Performance
  • Lowest–Profile
  • Lightest–Weight
  • Output Pressure: 800–850psi

Average Customer Review: 3 of 5 | Total Reviews: 1 Write a review.

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Decent September 3, 2014
Reviewer: C. McKinney from Dover, DE United States  
Good tank kinda heavy after about a year developed a leak in the release pin at the top.  It's fine as long as I keep it in a remote line or in the gun where the air is out but just leaving the tank sitting without being screwed into anything has a tiny ongoing leak.

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