The accuracy of this review is disputed. Please see discussion below.
Period of Product Use:
Less than a month
3 of 7 people found this review helpful.
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The fittings are decent
This macroline is dangering the paintball community. I fear that someone might stumble upon this and severley hurt themselves. Here is my story.... so I hook this stuff up to my freinds Angel 4 for him. Don't say I didn't do it right because I did, cut it nice and even and a longer than what you really need. I noticed though that the left wall of it was a whole lot thinner than the right. I chuckled to myself and said, "Wow I can't believe he is letting me put this crap on his Angel!" Now my friend plays with his pressure realtively low (150-230 psi range). He started shooting and all of a sudden this stuff blows up and starts spraying 230 psi of air every where. He rushes to turn off his Angel Air which takes a sec. It scared the crap out of us. I bought this stuff from a friend who had it ($5.00 no big loss) and put it on his gun. He was using Co2 and I thought "Crap" and tried to rescue him but he screw his tank in and the thing starts leaking like crazy then it blew and co2 comes pouring out of it making it thrash wildly in the air and cutting his arm and hand. and freezing everything in its way. He turned the on/off of and removed the tank and said "I'll stick to steel braided" and threw it away.
Never buy this stuff. Buy Parker Macroline. Waste of money and dangerous. I'll give it a three because the fitting are decent but otherwise the macroline is too dangerous.
3 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, January 28th, 2005 at 4:37 am PST
Dispute: Plain and simple if co2 is being used it would cause the line to stiffen due to the nature of co2 (it is cold dude) there is no way that the line would be whipping around like a loose fire hose. It's just physically impossible. Besides that you said that is the line is stiff.
Great story full of drama but just not believable.