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What paint to use with a 98 custom with a flatline

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    Posted: 16 December 2009 at 2:56pm
I play woodsball and heard the flatline is the thing to get.  I just bought my flatline and am wondering if its as good as i heard and what paint to use for it?  Thanks!

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RPS Marbilizers are the best. The Flatline is kinda hard on paint and Marbs have a little tougher shell than most other brands.
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Marbs are your best bet. Also, wrong forum.
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OMG I was gonna come in here and say Marballizers too.

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You also already posted this question, no need to repost the same question again in another forum.

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 $ per performance, Nelson Hot Spots have been the best for me through my Flatline. I bought one box of Marbalizers, and yeah they shot great with only one break, but out of probably 50,000 Nelsons, I've only broke 4 or 5. Stray balls were comparable with the edge going to the Marbalizers, but no way worth the extra money if you're playing recreational. .

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Hot Spot tends to not break on target. They aren't bad though. I used to use them because I could get a case of them for $30.
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Last time i played, i used X-ball scenario paintballs. I belive they are made by procaps. found at dick's sporting goods for $40 a case. I used the whole case that day and did not see one break.
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