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Old 08-16-2008, 12:57 AM   #11 (permalink)
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I have ordered from him several times and had flawless transactions each time. This is about the best macroline in common use in paintball so if you are going to use macro, this is the one to use.
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I have known Pete for several years. He is a decent guy.
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Old 08-16-2008, 01:41 AM   #13 (permalink)
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My order went through great...I would try to catch him on his specials, as he offer's pretty good saving's.
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Oh and the microfiber he sells is really good (the more expensive one)!
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Oh and the microfiber he sells is really good (the more expensive one)!
How do we know? He refuses to post the PSI rating. He does seem like a good guy, I just wish he would go that extra distance.
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How do we know? He refuses to post the PSI rating. He does seem like a good guy, I just wish he would go that extra distance.
BTW he way talking about the microfiber, not the macroline
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I've seen the sparring between HP and Mguy...Hp has some valid points if you read though the whole mess from both sides....I would research Macroline pressure ratings and buy what is in your pressure range.
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I've seen the sparring between HP and Mguy...Hp has some valid points if you read though the whole mess from both sides....I would research Macroline pressure ratings and buy what is in your pressure range.
Truth be told, no macroline is really in paintball range. Yet it is used very commonly in paintball and generally has a low problem/danger rate.

Personally my macroline runs are all very short and "trapped".
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Old 08-16-2008, 10:41 PM   #19 (permalink)
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