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    Posted: 03 June 2004 at 9:04am

which is best to get for a 98c.

1) another brand barrel (if so,what kind)

2) or the tippmann flatline barrel system

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lapco Big shot or Flatline. I prefer the Lapco big shot.
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do u play woods or speed?

speed u need 2 get a j&j ceramic, lapco bigshot, dye ultralite

if u play mostly woodsball go 4 the flatline

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I play woodsball, so the flatline. The flatter trajectory is wicked.
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I love my Boomstick, and Ceramics are really nice, but if you play woods, the Flatline is ultimate.
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Originally posted by Pariel Pariel wrote:

I love my Boomstick, and Ceramics are really nice, but if you play woods, the Flatline is ultimate.

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Get a flatline. Thats what I use and I love it.
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if you play speedball i would get a dyeboomstick but if you playwoodball i would recamend getting a flatline for one it add on a 100ft it is very accurate if people say it is inaccurate it because they put in on wrong but the reason the flatline barrel is not good for speedball it to big way to highprofile an its not good for closer that 40 or less because the ball is still traveling up
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i would say get the flatline if you play back or if you are a woodsball player. otherwise id get the J+J Ceramic or Lapco Bigshot.
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Originally posted by jjclown23 jjclown23 wrote:

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Boomstick=70 for the barrel and 50 for the brand name=waste of money when u can get one just as good for 50 bucks cheaper.
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flatline, i have 1 its really good
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    My two suggestions would be either the Lapco Bigshot or the Flatline.  I have shot both, and it is up to you and your price range to make the decision.
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either all american, bigshot or j&j ceramic
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Personally on your 98 i would go with a Freak junior kit,it works well all around,is versatile and is a system you can grow with when you upgrade to a better marker(the insert and barrel front will be compatibale with any other freak barrel system back for another marker)hope this helps.
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any thing not made by warpig is a good barrel

 

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    I would reccomend either the Flatline or a Lapco Bigshot.  Good luck with your decision.
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Flatline.
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Go for a Bigshot in the woods. Flatlines are overrated.
Dye Boomsticks are sweet barrels also you can get them off the internet for cheaper than in say a sporting goods outlet. I would definately sport a Bigshot before the flatline though.
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get a J&J for speedball, or woodsball if you're hesitant. the flatline's flat trajectory is wicked. only problem with the flatline is that its what some people say, "high maintenance" such as keeping an eye for what paint to use. check the stikies (if they're still there) to see all the facts about the flatline. if not then go with the J&J 12inch(it self cleans!)
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