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    Posted: 26 November 2004 at 7:26pm
i just ordered my 98c flatline off ebay and am waiting for it to be shipped. i was wondering if zap rec paintballs work with it. thanx in advance

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yup yup....all my buddys that play woods and have flatlines use it, works great.
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I was thinkin bout using Zap rec and Sports Authority has them on sale...200 fer $6, 500 fer $10, 1000 fer $20, 1200 also fer $20, 2000 fer $25, I might get some tomorrow.
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hells ya man, 25 bux fer a case. u can't beat that for some test paint!
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I'v tried them more than once in my J&J Ceramic and they work fine, with no breaks.
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i shot them threw my e-cocker when my eye was broke, still not many chops
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they arent good but they are cheap
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Zap are very good paintballs, i used to use them all the time a while ago. you wont be disapointed.
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