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Colby Gallagher from Tippmann Effect had his Model 98 Flatline mod stolen from Fields 3 and 4 staging area on Thursday, August 5, 1999

The gun is distinctive not only from the Flatline mod, but also because the trigger guard is cut off, on a single finger trigger.  The connection point for the air valve is hollowed out to allow a Pro Connect to fit into the valve.  It is somewhere in the 70,000 serial number range.

The loader and bottle were attached.  Loader has the letters FTP on it.  The bottle, a Paintball Mania bolt-on 4500 tank with date 6-98, had a Tippmann sticker, a Straight Shot squeegie sticker, and a White Trash sticker.  The cradle was hacksawed out underneath.

Information is appreciated and a reward of a case of paint is offered for it's recovery.


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