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shaasta Saturday, January 29th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
6 months16 of 17 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
6 months
Similar
Products Used:
Stock
Flatline- Dont buy it!
Marker Setup: 98 Custom
J&J 16" Full Tilt Ceramic *Black
Dark Horizons Lite Titanium Hammer
32 Degrees Star Fire Front Bolt
Dead On Paintball Proseal
Stilleto Drop Forward
32 Degrees 2003 Expansion Chamber *Black
Vertical Adapter
Richocet Sniper Hopper
Recommended
Paintballs:
Hellfire - 10/10 Hands down the best possible paint
Proto - 9/10 Use this paint, it has a Near perfect bore size match, decent price
Marbelizers - 9/10 Almost as good
Dusk - Excellent 8.5/10 Nice Paint
PMI Premium - 7.5/10 Cheap and Decent
Solar Flare - 7/10 Shell Isn't Brittle Enough
Draxxus Field Paint - 3/10 Mabey I just got a bad batch
Strengths: Quiet
Accurate
Light
Not Shiny
Drop Dean Gorgous
Gas Effiency
Weaknesses: The tip can get a little scratched - cosmetic
Review: I tried the flatline and stock barreals before this one. Im gonna go ahead and save you 130$ and alot of wrinkles, dont buy the flatline. Its good the first few shot, but after that it completly messes up. If one drop of moisture or paint gets in the barrel, hopper, or front bolt u might as well go home. This J&J is absoultly awsome. It has great accuracy, is very quiet, and looks really cool. I have only broken a few balls becuase of some crappy pain, but the barrel cleaned inself right up after a few dry fires. This accuracy on this barrel is incredible. The internal teflon coating is very smooth and finely honed, you can tell the high amount of craftsman ship that went into this thing. At 150 feet, i can hit a 4 foot by 2 propane tank in 2 shots! No joke, this barrel is just amazing. I reccomend using the Proto Dart paint with this barrel because of the perfect bore sizeing, but if you're willing to fork out the extra cash, go with hellfire. In addition to being lightweight, this is also a very quiet stick. It has nice porting that doesnt start too soon or let too much air out and is perfect for woods ball or sniping tatics. If someone sticks so much as a foot out from behind a bunker, you will own them. I have the 16" and it can be a little cumbersome sometimes. But since this is a TWO piece barrel this isnt a problem, since you can just go buy another length tip. Did I mention the price? 80$ shipped and handled. Got questions? Ask me at spinserve1@yahoo.com
Conclusion: I would reccomed this very much. If you just got a 98c and want to upgrade, buy this before anything else. Accuracy, scilence, price, and easiness of cleaning. Its all there.
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Friday, June 17th, 2005 at 6:26 pm PST
 

Review Comments
XGC75 Wednesday, April 19th, 2006 | 8:04 pm PST
Do you really own this thing?? Dry fires can't clean a barrel. Firing _paint_ through a ceramic cleans it, and that's what J&J prides itself on.
   

shaasta Tuesday, August 8th, 2006 | 12:09 pm PST
it is more effective to dry fire and then fire regularly
   

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