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04 January 2013 - 01:13 PMUm..... well then... More expensive than any marker that I'll ever own.
21 October 2012 - 10:36 AMBut... sometimes... doing the triple dots...makes things seem... more dramatic?....
Whenever I do its just meant to imply a casual suggestion. That's how I view it in my head. So "You could get a mech..." to me is more casual than "You could get a mech."
As for the incorrect spelling and grammar, I've gotten to the point where I correct it in my head and move on.
16 October 2012 - 10:59 PMhttp://www.ebay.com/...s-/250878998420
If you have the manual on hand you can source kits on Mcmaster for cheaper
15 October 2012 - 07:11 PMWhat is better Macro-line or Steel Braided Hose? What are their pro's and con's?
Easy to Connect/Disconnect
Exact length you need
If you don't cut it right, it will leak.
Lower Operating Pressure than Steel Braided line (If you are using CO2, don't use Macroline. It's integrity can be compromised by the cold.)
Won't blow up, ever (Usually rated for up to 3000 PSI)
Hard to Manipulate.
Must buy a new hose if the current one is too long or too short.
Now, you can put DQ stuff on the ends of the hose and can make it easy to take on/off:
15 October 2012 - 07:44 AMYea they don't really need it but reg creep has been a big issue in bob long
Zach long told me to always pressure test before you play and the day of not the day before, because weather can factor in
Not true if it is on your marker then you should lock tite your lpr screw in with blue lock tite.
Bob long has some of the smoothest poppets ever. Part of this is keeping them at the right lpr pressure. If you decided not to have one and ran your lpr at like 90 you would have a bob long ego. No offence against any pe gun. And just for the record it's not hard to pressure test unlike every one says. Takes about 30 seconds if its your first time and your clueless. If Bob didn't make pressure testers then his guns would have gauges like the old school timmy's. I think every gun should either have gauges or pressure testers. Ever gun that has a gauge is basically a pressure tester on the gun.
i never said it wasn't smooth, and yes mine did have pressure creep and blue locktite didn't fix anything and actually made adjusting my reg creep harder
1) i don't believe high end guns should require any type of pressure testing and should be a lot more simple
2) Dye LPR is simple... turn it all the way down it sits at 15psi every 360 degree turn ~ 10 psi and 4 full turns will bring it to ~75psi
bob long 1/8 turn can be 5~20psi I think bob long has some of the shittiest regulators in the market
1)That's like saying High End car's shouldn't need to have oil changes or have their tires checked.
2)So... it starts at 15 Psi. Gets 10 PSI for every full turn. So.... 15 + 10* 4 = 55 psi... yet you say it give it 75 psi? All approx of course.
Rather have a gauge tell me exactly what pressure I am at than accidentally blowing my noid.