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Ghost2867 Thursday, August 5th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
3 months5 of 5 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
do i really have to list all the barrels ive used??

ive used...nearly all WGP barrels available, pipe kits, jt barrels, 3a barrels, 32* barrels, dye barrels, lapco, and even more...:|
Marker Setup: 2k2-bodied Cocker with a few ups.
Recommended
Paintballs:
Doesnt really matter...just make sure the ball can roll out the barrel
Strengths: Very versatile, accurate, looks good imo
Weaknesses: Pricey
Review: This is a very strong barrel kit...

its definitely one of the most accurate barrels around, and its not just because of the multiple-insert system or whatever.

overall, its fairly well-made...though one thing that pisses me off is the fact that the inserts are polished...those wear out.

and frankly, the company's crap about the 2 micron finish...u cant shoot paint out of this thing...trust me.

a definite advantage is the fact that it comes with so many bores...while this isnt as important in an open-bolt gun, on a closed bolt gun(except the mags with detents in the barrels), having this many bores helps out quite a bit in preventing rollouts.

its accuracy is pretty good, but not the best ive seen. this barrel has been hyped up so much, its annoying.
Conclusion: buy it if u want...its up to u.

personally, i think its a solid and overall good barrel, but $180 for the aluminum kit is a bit much IMO. aside from buying used, i dont think its really all that worth it.
Rating:
8 out of 10
 

Review Comments
Tasty_Soup Thursday, August 21st, 2008 | 9:46 pm PST
too true, ive heard the redz pepper stickz kit is better and is only 100 USD.
it comes with a 6" and 8" front, 4 bore sizes (.687, .689, .691, .693) and the backs are 8" long.

the only problem is that the pepper stick front is the only front that works effectivly on them, they only come in anodized black, and has only 4 backs...
oh and that they dont come w/ an O-ring set to secure the back to the front...
   

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