Much Quieter than 8.5" barrel the Tippmann 98 comes with
None except a long barrel can get in the way
This barrel is VERY accurate. I was playing against people with flatlines, boomsticks, freak kits, and other top line barrels. The smart parts barrel was just as good as most of them, and was even better than some. The progressive barrel is just as good as barrels that cost well over $100, but it only costs $50. It is a good investment, but if you get it, it is very important to find paint that works good for it. If the paint is the wrong size, it will either break in the barrel, or will be very inaccurate because the ball will bounce around in the barrel and shoot out at a bad angle. This barrel, just like any other, is only accurate if you use the right paint.
I recomend this barrel because there is not a single bad thing about it. Don't let the part where I warned about paint scare you. It is just as important to any other barrel too. This barrel is well worth $50 or however much it costs.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, October 4th, 2004 at 2:18 pm PST
quote:Originally posted by TippmannRyan i have this barrel and its not accurate. espesially when u have to use the paint provided at a field. im looking at a tippmann sniper barrel for my 98c
how long is your barrel?
because this barrel isn't inaccurate i've tested it numorous times
please actually see if a barrel is semi to commonly called inaccurate before claiming ignorantly it is. maybe yours is deffected or maybe your definition of accurate is harder to achieve then mine or others.
so basically think before you post
Last edited on Monday, June 9th, 2008 at 1:43 pm PST