This heavy duty Pathogen remote is the step up from any other remote. You'll see other sellers with the "heli coil" and "micro coil" remote, both of which are just awful quality with low burst pressures. But more likely than the remotes bursting, you face issues like poorly machined hard parts (like the ASA and quick disconnects), low-quality o-rings in the Quick Disconnect Nipple (a rampant problem in other sellers' remote coils - something that's not very easy to fix, either). Hustle Paintball's Pathogen remotes are guaranteed to work, or we'll replace it for you.
These heavy duty remotes have a working pressure so high (3500psi) that your tank's burst disk (safety feature) or a fitting on your paintball gun will fail LONG before one of these remotes has any problems.
Play in rough, thorny woods, toss it on the ground, or run over it - it just doesn't matter, these remotes are indestructible.
Oh yeah - and don't believe the hype about some remotes "cutting off air to your marker." These aren't garden hoses, which can easily be kinked. These hoses can withstand up to 8,000psi before bursting, so you'll have a tough time kinking them, either intentionally or accidentally.
A full 20 oz CO2 tank gets very heavy and very quickly. So take your tank off your gun and put it in a pouch or harness and connect your marker to your tank with the remote line. You will quickly realize that you have just lost a good deal of weight and gained a lot of mobility.
There are other benefits as well. Liquid CO2 will destroy your O-rings. The extra added length between the tank and the internals of your gun gives the CO2 more space to expand and greatly lessens the chance any liquid CO2 will enter your marker at all. The on/off valve allows you to turn off the air supply so you can disconnect without wasting addtional air. The quick disconnect allows you to remove the remote line without unscrewing the ASA adapter. This saves the O-ring wear that normally occurs when removing your tank.
This remote works with CO2 and HPA applications. It has a 3500 psi working pressure with a 8,000 psi burst pressure. It will stretch easily to over 8 feet and quickly recoil back to its compact position.