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    Posted: 05 February 2005 at 12:14pm
Dead on Paintball makes some very nice drops. Stick with the steel braided line because the macro has a bad background of bursting without warning.
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the above advice is good. macro line is eaiser to use,just cut it to proper length,and insert it into the ends,were as ss hose,it might be hard to find the right length you need,and therefore your line will have a funny twist in it,when you get it hooked up to your marker. macro line is a lot more forgiving,and eaiser to work with.
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id suggest one with an on/off knob. that way you can always keep your tank on the gun, and o-rings last longer. the Dead-On Paintball bullets drop has it, and is very good quality.

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get one you like, they all do the same basic thing.... its as easy as that. and you can use either macroline or braided... again, use what you like.




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I am going to get a 68ci/4500psi HPA tank and want a drop forward but I don't know what kind to get. And I can get a Macroline or can stay with my braided line but just want to know any suggestions?
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