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nail driver Wednesday, December 13th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
3 years
Products Used:
Apex barrel has +/-
Marker Setup: 1) a-5+e-grip+multiple barrels
2)dm4+shockteck trigger+pipe kit+evolution II
both run off pure energy 68/45,s
Chonic, hellfire, and anything small bore
Strengths: Range
Weaknesses: Accuracy and paint selection that shoots well(there's not many)
Review: The flatline is heavy, big, and loud. It is the biggest target a barrel could be and likes very few types of paint, and i love it! the range of a flatline is unchalenged. for players who like to lay supresive fire and play D, it is the best option. You may have herd of the apex from BT. It is lighter and quiter and less choosy with paint , but its abillity to spin makes it less reliable for high intensity situations. like if your ambushed and must shoulder and fire in a hurry. i also feel that the flatline with a good paint match (hellfire) and set to 275-280fps is more accurate. This barrels is abosolutely silly for tourney ball however and if accuracy or concealment (flatlines are loud) are your cup of tea it is not for you.
Conclusion: If your a slow mover, like long range, or laying lots of supresive fire; get it. If you like to get up in the action or play tourney ball, do not get it.
8 out of 10

Review Comments
pb_4_life Wednesday, December 13th, 2006 | 3:22 pm PST
How is an apex worse for high-intensity situations? Its lighter, shorter and smaller. Light weight+small size=more manoeuvreability which would help you shoulder faster, since isn't it harder to shoulder a heavier gun quickly than a lighter gun?

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