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Old 03-15-2008, 10:43 PM #1
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Are they any good and what are the benefits/drawbacks of having one on my marker?
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Old 03-18-2008, 03:05 PM #2
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well i dont have one but the thing is you have to keep it on your marker while its aired up unlike a normal hpa tank
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Old 03-19-2008, 01:36 PM #3
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Are they any good and what are the benefits/drawbacks of having one on my marker?
I have 6 of them. They are the only regulator I will use anymore.

Pros;
Consistent
Light weight
Changeable from 3000 to 4500 with a sticker and a burst disk
Easy to transport your bottle on aircraft
Compact (usually an inch or more shorter than a normal ASA/reg setup)
You can use a bigger bottle and it will be the same length as the smaller one.
You can take it off but you have to loosen the set screws and pull the macroline
You can bleed your bottle dry easier than a normal regulator bottle (disconnect the macro line and open the valve)
To change your stance you just change the bottle (all bottles will screw on to it)
Easy maintenance.

Cons
It only comes in black
A little harder to switch between guns. Which is the reason all of my guns have their own Max Flo reg on them. If I want to switch from an 45 to a 92 all I have to do is make sure the bottle is empty and swap it out. You get the gist.
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Old 04-16-2008, 06:21 PM #4
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I have 6 of them. They are the only regulator I will use anymore.

A little harder to switch between guns. Which is the reason all of my guns have their own Max Flo reg on them.
I use to think this way (I have one too)...but after seeing this...

http://www.guerrillaair.com/products.php

I think I'd go that route instead.

I love my MaxFlo Micro...but if i could do it all over again, I'd get an ultra small screw-style reg for convenience.
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