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dwezil20 Friday, June 17th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
3 years
Products Used:
PMI, Pro Ball, Marballizers
Marker Setup: Tippman 98 Custom
Flatline barrel
Lapco drop forward
TSA backman hopper
M4 Stock
Tippman 98 Flatline
Custom Products
Strengths: Breaks on contact
Small bore
cool looking shell
Weaknesses: None yet
Review: Both me and my friend have flatline, so finding the right kind of paint has been a long and expensive chore. His is about 2 years old and mine is less then 6 months old.

We started out using the cheaper paint at about $25.00 $35.00 a case. This turned our flatlines into nothing more then splatter throwers. I'm not sure what our total break count was, but it was really high. Then we switched to the mid priced paint about $40-$50.00. This worked a little better, but we still weren't getting the accuracy we wanted. So we finally broke down and tired Marballizers at near $60.00 a case. These worked well, but neither one of us had the money to blow on paintballs.

Fortunately, one of my friends gave me a couple Infernos. I had a couple of Marbs left in my hopper so I got to see the the infernos and marbs head to head. Not only did the infernos fire more accurate, but I didn't have any breaks. I was totally sold.

Conclusion: If you have a flatline you have got to try infernos. There all I buy to use in my flatline.
10 out of 10

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