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Dunkarooos Sunday, December 5th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
3 months2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

3 years
Products Used:
J&J ceramic, SP teardrop, CP one piece, Dye Xcel
Marker Setup: Tippmann 98 custom,Response trigger,F/X solid stock,Adco Sure shot, Double Trigger
J&J ceramic, SP teardrop, Sp Progressive, Cp one piece, Dye Xcel,
Any descent balls will work with this barrel,never broke any balls ever since i got it
Strengths: Cheap,silent, accurate for close range(about 90ft of range)
Weaknesses: Horrible Accuracy for far range(started to lose its trajectory at about 90ft,Not bad!!)
Review: Bought this barrel when it came i didn't expect it to look nice or anything but when u ripe it open from its container, you know right than and there its going to be a good barrel.Its constructed from high quality materials,so it shouldn't scratch easily.when i took it for pratice shots, i've noticed it was extremely accurate until i hit about 90ft at 280psi.The balls start losing its trajectory but hey whose going to be shooting from 90 ft?well any how this is one of the best barrels you can probably get in the 2004 time period
Conclusion: Buy it,The sp progressive is probably one of the best barrels out there under $40.Yes it has tough competitors but it well competes.I gave this a 9 because there are some problems. First off, cleaning can be a annoying especially the front part where the opening is wider and like i said before, its not the best barrel for shooting it at a 90ft range
9 out of 10Last edited on Tuesday, December 7th, 2004 at 1:10 pm PST

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