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The Haze Friday, June 4th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
3 months3 of 4 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Freek, All-American
Marker Setup: 03` E-Bladed Outkast with complete freeflow internals.
Recommended
Paintballs:
Anything, I've shot the lowest grade to the highest grade of paint through it.
Strengths: Light weight, Durable, Accurate, Cleans broken paint out in 6-8 shots.
Weaknesses: Price (well worth it though), other than that, NONE
Review: A member on our team first introduced us to the Stiffi-Tip that he was running on his Imp. We all shot it and were quite impressed with the weight and how accurate it was compaired to the Freek front that was on it. After I seen what this Tip could do, I really wanted to see what a Switch-It kit would do. I was fed up with SP and there whole load of BS they were pulling, so I bought a Switch-It kit.

From the first time I laid my eye's and hands on it I was honestly impressed. The kit comes in a nice (small) nylon bag that completely unzips. This is nice because I was use to lugging the case that my Freek belonged in, so there is the first possitive. The next thing that you notice is the looks of the barrel. Ofcourse it's all carbon fiber with an Al tip, but it honestly looks good. The next thing that you notcie is how light this barrel actually is. In words you can try and describe it (the barrel weights about the same as a Freek incert) but words don't give it it's true props, you just have to see for yourself. So, once I was past the looks, weight and the actual presents of the product, I need to shoot some paint through this beast. The first time I shot paint through the barrel was with PMI Premi's. The first hopper I shot through it I was impressed in the first 20 shots. The accuracy of this barrel was hands down the best and how quite it was even amazed me more.

Since the frist time I tested the barrel I have used it extensivly. I have shot the low grade paint and the high grade paint through the barrel and its all the same. The one thing that I did get to witness is, A player on my team was using the Switch-It and he shot a stream of paint before the break. Well, he forgot to turn on his HALO and he broke a ball in the barrel. The break was cleaned out in 6 shots and the balls were flying as stright was they were before the break. It's honestly amazing.
Conclusion: This barrel blows any other barrel out of the water. I have shot most of the barrels out there and there isn't one that holds a candle to this one. If you want to add and edge to your game on the field, get this barrel. I also strongly recommend this barrel to any serious tourney players like ourselfs. This barrel will amaze you and I promise that. Try this barrel out and let it speak for it's self.
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Friday, June 4th, 2004 at 11:25 pm PST
 

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