RAP4 (Real Action Paintball Inc.) of San Jose is recalling 2,000 paintball gun remote line adapters. The adapter can burst when over-tightened, posing serious impact and laceration hazards to people nearby.
The remote line adapter is used to connect a paintball gun to a pressurized CO2 tank. The adapter is a black cylinder and is attached to a black remote line cord. “RAP4” and the “SN” (serial number) are printed on the adapters.
The product was sold online from October 2006 through April 2008 for about $40.
Consumers are urged to stop using the paintball gun adapter and contact the firm for a free replacement.