Ninja Microbore PTC Remote

Ninja Microbore PTC Remote
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Regular price: $50.00
Your Price: $44.99

Product Description

The Ninja Microbore Paintball Remote Line works with the Tippman M4 and Wolverine In-Grip Regulator ONLY.

THIS IS AN UNREGULATED REMOTE!! DO NOT USE WITH ANY OTHER SYSTEM!!

The Ninja Microbore Paintball Remote Line is a groundbreaking new way to route air to your marker. The Ninja Microbore Remote features an incredibly flexible yet tough air line that is 30% thinner and lighter than standard coil remotes. Despite its smaller size it is still rated to a 4500 psi working pressure and maintains high pressure flow to your paintball gun. The 42" Microbore Remote is thin and flexible enough to be routed through your gear for a more streamlined connection to your tank with less snagging. This remote features an ASA adapter and the easy to use Ninja Push To Connect (PTC) fitting. This efficient quick disconnect system stops pressure to your marker and degasses at the ASA with a simple push of a button!

Features

33% Lighter and Thinner than standard remotes

Extremely flexible 42" hose

4500psi working pressure

Works with any Compressed Air or CO2

ASA Adapter and Push To Connect fitting

Shuts off air flow in the line and degasses marker

Made in the USA

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While the sport of Airsoft is designed to be enjoyed by all ages, ignoring proper safety practices can turn a day of fun into a tragedy. Todays modern airsoft guns are capable of firing a BB at velocities that can and will penetrate fabric and skin, causing serious injury. Always wear "Full Seal" eye protection and observe proper weapon handling practices such as keeping the weapon on "safe" and cleared with the magazine out to prevent accidental discharge. REMEMBER!! Safety begins with the shooter!!