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    Posted: 15 January 2006 at 7:38pm
Yesterday I bought a remote line and the guy at the shop told me that he stopped to order ON/OFF remote lines.
I'm not sure if that's how you call this in english but it's the kind of remote you can unplug whenever you want, without releasing air and just plug it back and go play.

He told me that this kind of remote would break the o ring or something...

Is this true?
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Uh......Ermm.........uhhh....what?



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The guy doesn't know what he is tlaking about. Besides O-Rings are like .10 cents a pop.
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Yeah well i dont really know about the O-Ring but he told me it could break the gun ... So he doesn't order them anymore.

So I bought a remote with no on/off. It still good but you can't leave the gun and it's boring when you don't have a sling.

Also, another guy told me I would have to put grease or lube on in or it would break, is this true?


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um... Never heard of any of this. You should oil your marker regularly, but other than that ive never heard of lubing the remote line.
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And after how many games I should lube it? And where? I have a tippmann 98C.

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I guess it's somewhere here, I'll try the magic Search button.


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Originally posted by GabQc GabQc wrote:


I guess it's somewhere here, I'll try the magic Search button.


Congrats you win the prize. Owners manual is a good resource also.
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Ok so I put the lube inside the Co2 line then shoot 30 times with no barrel attached to the gun? Right? I just don't want to destroy something hehe.. That's all?
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pretty much, yeah.
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I just did that, thanks for the help and also how often I should oil the Co2 line? Is there any other places I have to lube?
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if you put oil in the ASA and dry fire, that will set you straight. You should oil everytime before you play, and when cleaning the marker.
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