Empire Co2 Tank
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The number of shots you will get with this varies from gun to gun. For most Spyders and clones that accept CO2, you will get about 1000 shots out of a 20 oz, and about 800 from a 16 oz. This is how many good shots you can get out of them, not how many times it can possibly be fired. You can get more than quoted above out of these tanks, but they curve and don't go as far when low on fill. I have never owned a 9, 12, or 24 oz. cylinder, so I can't account for how many shots they hold.
If you are trying to compare a shot count from CO2 to HPA, it's rather easy. With a 3000 PSI HPA system, you'll get 10 shots per cubic inch. With a 4500 PSI system, you'll get 15 per cubic inch. HPA is good for the whole tank - it doesn't decrease in performance until about the last 50 shots.
CO2 tanks are all fillable to a maximum of 1800 PSI. All CO2 tanks are fillable this high. You don't have to worry about this factor with CO2, just HPA.
There is a large scientific study to be performed about the consistancy of CO2, but I'll keep it short. Just get a remote or anti-siphon tube, and it'll be a whole lot more consistent. Trust me.
I purchased 1 Empire 20oz tanks over a year ago that look and are the exact same size as the tanks pictured and they work with my soda stream just fine.
but when I decided to purchase 2 more tanks, the new tanks do not properly fit despite being the exact same size and spec. I can only conclude that they have made some minor changes to the threading to keep the bottle from fitting properly.
I don't know where to find compatible tanks any more, but if you're looking to purchase this for a Sodastream then buy at your own risk and be prepared to return