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A5Dawg Monday, December 13th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month5 of 6 people found this review helpful.

3 years
Products Used:
A5 Flatline
14" All American
Marker Setup: A5 with E-Grip
HPA, Drop Forward
JCS RVA and Maddman spring kit
JCS Double Trigger
Strengths: Accuracy
Look on Gun
Weaknesses: None found
Review: I have had the Flatline and All American 14". Flatline is awesome for woods ball or any wide open field. Flatline sucks for any small fields where you might have to turn your gun sideways to shoot, such as around a bunker. Al American is pretty good, as long as you keep the thing super clean.

Just ordered the Bigshot 8" and I must say this barrel is awesome!!! I was looking for a good short barrel to play speedball with and this was the shortest I could find that was getting good reviews. The accuracy of this barrel just blew me away!! And it actually did great in the woods too. I just recently switched to HPA and could only get my A-5 to shoot in the 280fps range. With the 8" Bigshot, I was nailing 300fps consistently.

With the 8" Bigshot and after removing my front grip, I transformed my A5 into a mean looking automatic pistol!!
Conclusion: Highly recommend this barrel for all fields.
10 out of 10

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