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#1 User is offline   andrew h 

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Posted 30 March 2009 - 06:26 PM

i was just wondering what paint all y'all flatline users prefer. i have a flatline but i dont want to spend lots of money on paint and find out that it breaks in the barrel all the time. so far i use nelsplat presision. if you know the price of the paint please include that as well. :ghillie:
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Posted 01 April 2009 - 03:58 PM

i always used marballizers when i was running with a flatline. though you said you didn't want to spend that much. They usually run about $65-70 for a case depending on where you go. They have a thick fill and can take the abuse of being shot out of that barrel. I think in the couple years i used a flatline, i only had one break using these. If you're not wanting to pay the premium price, ive also found that using a smaller sized paint works well. it allows enough room for the air to get that backspin on the ball without forcing it through. the best bet would be to look for something that has a .686-.689 bore size.
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Posted 01 April 2009 - 05:44 PM

Yeah, Marbs always seem to be recommended by flatline users. I, however, cannot afford to buy them most of the time. So far I haven't found anything cheap that works well consistently. Generally speaking, flatlines and cheap paint don't get along.

Hopefully somebody has had more success though... I'd like to know about it too!

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