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reb5038 Tuesday, October 10th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
1 year1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

4 years
Products Used:
Steel braided line...but steel actually works.
Marker Setup: -Spyder Rodeo
-ESP 3.0 e trigger
-Superfly bolt
-Dye boomstick
-Empire reloader
-Shocktech reg.
-check it 15* assault block
Strengths: Looks, if anything.
Weaknesses: Leaky
Cheaply made
Review: 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.
Conclusion: 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!
2 out of 10

Review Comments
OTEdge Tuesday, October 10th, 2006 | 7:32 pm PST
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.

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