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    Posted: 08 February 2005 at 4:42pm
I have an A-5 with the flatline and egrip and I heard that Zap paintballs work well in the flatline except there are more than one type of paintballs made by Zap.  I am looking at the tork ones since they are cheapest.  Does anyone have any experience with these?
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the flatline likes small bore paint, zaps are medium, a better brand would be marbilizers or evil. try those, you will get better performance out of the flatline.
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Since they're cheap you might as well buy them and try it out. We all use CORE in ours without a problem. $35 for 2000. The flatline isnt as picky on paint as people say it is.
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I had been using marbalizers but at $60 per case I needed an alternative.  I'll try CORE out.  Is there a reputable site I can order it from?


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Nope, only place I've ever seen it is dunahms.
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Just to add a tidbit of info here.  Zap Industries makes a brand called DBX practice balls sold at **edited**s Sporting Goods.  They sell them for 19.98 for 1000.  They work really well, and although they say practice grade dont let them fool you.  They do pretty dang good!
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I've used a few cases of those but never put any through the flatline...I'll have to try them out.  Thanks.
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Ive used a whole case of ZAP Torks (2000 ct) for my Flatline when I 1st got into paintballing....dont get them, you'll be experiencing way too many chops when using the Flatline (regardless if the marker is a 98c or the A5).......use RPS Premiums, theyre small bore balls.
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zap paintballs are cheap and work ok but they're definitly brands that work lot better then them.
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