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    Posted: 17 October 2005 at 12:28am

Which paint is consistent with the flatline barrel?

For accuracy and minimal barrel breakage. 



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Originally posted by gslstar gslstar wrote:

Which paint is consistent with the flatline barrel?

For accuracy and minimal barrel breakage. 

Marbs used to be the best. Something has changed. All Star worked equally well in my Flatline. I also found that the Diablo's small diameter paint worked very well for half the price of the Marbs.

Diablo has just changed their manufacturer and I have had to stop buying Heat until they get things stabilized. Last paint ball session at the end I literally threw away a half case of Heat.

Switching back to Nelson...which DO NOT work well in the Flatline (too big)...but do work well in the Apex. 

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I have always found the Flatline to be fairly forgiving on paint.  So long as it isn't large, old, crappy, or super-fragile tournament paint, the Flatline will shoot it fine without breaks.

As for accuracy - here I tend to believe that the Flatline benefits more from quality paint than other barrels, simply because the Flatline itself is not as rigorous of an environment as regular barrels, which gives inferior paint more leeway in which to behave badly.

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RPS/PMI Premiums is perfect when using the 98c Flatline and its cheaper than Marballizers.
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