2002 powerfeed Autococker, 12volt Viewloader Revy with X-board, Empire Twister Barrel, 32 Degrees 45 Slide Trigger frame & Gel grips, Twisted Paintball Products Bolt, 68ci 3000psi Crossfire Nitro tank
Larger bore paintballs, some of the smaller more "professional" paint tends to roll through, match a good paint and you are all set
Accuraccy is amazing, Looks very nice, internal rifling
Scratches sort of easily
I have only used this barrel for a few months, but the accuracy is amazing. It can consistently hit targets at short, medium, and some long range distances. The rifling gives the paintball a spin that is very consistent so there are no suprises when firing it. The rifling takes away the mystery of what kind of spin each ball will have which results in a much more predictable shot. The barrel looks amazing in my opinion, the only problem is that the barrel scratches fairly easy if you are rough on it. Another pain I have encountered wtih this barrel is that it is hard to clean if you break paint. However this rarely happens and is usually caused by my marker clipping a paintball or something equally unlucky. With the rifling it makes it difficult to use a jerk squeegie but i have found that the squeegies that are made of all cotton (not sure) work the best. However, if worse comes to worse, just dry fire the marker a few times on the field and it should gain back 90% of its accuracy. Overall it is an amazing barrel for the money. Only problem is it tends to be a little louder than some of the barrels on the market.