03' Flatline Autococker with Worrblade Electronic Upgrade, 88/4500 Crossfire and Empire Reloader.
Worrblade Electronic Upgrade Kit
Flat trajectory and you can curve your shots around bunkers.
Can not change barrel and lacks in the looks department.
The Flatline Auto cocker is accurate, reliable and versatile. Turn marker sideways slightly and shot around corners.
IS VERY MUCH A SPEED BALL MARKER! Especially if you play back, the distance and accuracy will take most players by surprise.
Not able to change the barrel is a problem, and to me that is a major problem. I love the Flatline but would like to at least have the ability to change the barrels if the situation deems it necessary (like I'm going to play front).
I love my 03' Flatline Autococker, even though I named mine "FUGLY" (due to most opinions that it is ugly). She can leave some nasty welts if you underestimate her because of the looks.
pimpinseacow, I'm all ears, explain what you mean. You can not change the barrel on an 03' Flatline Autococker. Do you know of an adapter being made? Otherwise you are wrong. I own one and I know this for a fact. I can send pics and video. Without a special made adapter (that to my knowledge isn't made by anyone) YOU CAN NOT CHANGE THE BARREL.
So, tell me what you got, don't just make a statement and leave it at that.
The flatline autococker is fixed. That is why if you wanted one (i dont know why) just get an 03 cocker and buy the flatline barrel for it that just screws in like tippmann has. I dont remember the website were I seen them but I do know I saw them.
This is the first time I heard or seen the flatline be reliable. I had one on my a-5 and every once in a while it wouldnt do bad. But an all american barrel on there and never went back. I would never do that to my cocker.
FUGLY omigod, thats priceless! Function over form on this beastie! First you shoot the guys standing up laughing, then you get the rest with the accuracy, eh? Fugly, he heh, fugly heh heh heh, fugly...Oh, I used to sell WGP, and as far as I know there is an adapter, but you may as well just have both, (standard) really.
Last edited on Saturday, October 16th, 2004 at 7:28 pm PST