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Tippmann Custom 98 Flatline Barrel
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Number of Reviews: 771
Average Rating: 8.2 / 10
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Suggested Retail Price: $150

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The Flatline Barrel System is the first barrel to put back spin on paintballs. It not only increases accuracy and distance, but it also has a flat trajectory.
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The Tippmann Custom 98 Flatline Barrel is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
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Unregistered User Saturday, August 19th, 2000
 
0 out of 9 people found this review helpful.
Strengths: Range. Definitely outranges anything else on the market.
Weaknesses: Accuracy. You really have to rain on a bunker for a good chance of catching the person behind it, even if they are really sticking out. This is only for the longer distances that the flatline is capable of, however. Before the ball hits its dropoff point and the backspin begins to take it, its accuracy is almost comparable to a Bigshot.
Conclusion: I dont recommend it. If you're willing to spend a lot of money for a barrel, try an All-American. Unbelievable accuracy, for normal ranges. If you faced a Flatline 1 on 1, you would be out ranged, but you'd probably be able to move up on them because of the accuracy and difficulty of leading the paint correctly. Once you're in range, it'd be all over.
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