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-check it 15* assault block
Looks, if anything.
I got macroline 1 year ago when I bought my reg and assault block. I didn't know that spyder threads were different than standard threads so I had trouble installing all the parts. I took my gun and had it assembled, the guy added a macroline...heh. I though "Cool, macroline, if everyone else can make it work, so can I!" Boy did I learn a lesson. I have Co2, and the guy at national paintball said that it wouldn't be a problem because he installed an HP line. as soon as I screwed my newly filled tank on the leak started, right out of the elbow. Most of the time I could get the leak under control, and it didn't bother me too bad. But yesterday the leak was soooo bad that the line actually froze, I was forced to almost use my friends JT tec-5 (POS!). I took a 9 oz. Co2 and that didn't have enough pressure to leak out of the line.
If you have HPA or nitro, or whatever the heck you wanna call it, be my guest, go macro. But even if you have HPA or Co2, if you wanna avoid a headache and raw finger tips (from trying to unlock the line) go Steel, I made the switch back TODAY, in 25 minutes and $6.95 later my gun is as solid as it was out of the box. Go Steel or go home!
Lol First I Will Say Good Job On The Review, Atleast you put some effort into it. Sucks that you didnt have a good experiance with it, Must have been C02, kinda does that kind of stuff. I Have never like 32 * Much though, most the stuff they make is crap (No one quote me or fight me with that comment) but yea, whichever kind i get works well with all of my markers. BTW its *Tac-5* ;) Nice review and have fun paintballing with your ol reliable steel.