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mandog98 Sunday, December 30th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
3 months2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

3 years
Products Used:
None, stock for 98 I giess
Marker Setup: Old-98 pro flatline
Now-Spyder vs2 w/ some ups
High end that fits the barrel perfectley!
Strengths: Range
Weaknesses: Ball breaks on hot-humid-cold weather
Install time
Review: Well, when I first got the Flatline i was exited, when I got home I tried it out. (person who I got it from installed it 4 me :) ) it worked pretty good, long ranges, ect. the next time i went paintballing it rained the previous day so the air was very 'damp.' so every 2-3 shots a ball broke. I got it removed and rented a barrel (they had 98's as rentals... damn like 8-10in barrels! :P). So i only use it in the summer and when it has not just rained.
Conclusion: I would only suggest this barrel for scenario players who live in places where it does not rain alot, and is not too hot or too cold. If you live in that kind of area then i would suggest this barrel and give it a 7... but most places are like what I said...(Rains a bit, Snows, hot and cold days no 'in between' days and so i will give it a 4 for them.
4 out of 10Last edited on Saturday, January 12th, 2008 at 7:14 am PST

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