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ExtremeFire Monday, June 13th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
1 year12 of 13 people found this review helpful.

3 years
Products Used:
98 stock barrel- ok barrel for it being stock
Lapco Bigshot- very nice barrel for the price
A5 Flat line- dont suggest it
J&J Ceramic- lower quality but good for 40 $
Marker Setup: Tippmann 98
BT-16 barrel
viewloader 200ct hopper
red dot sight
20oz pure energy co 2 tank
14 oz brass eagle co2
9oz co2 tank
Strengths: Accurate
very nice looking
front sight good for stocks
Weaknesses: You have to buy the correct size paintballs
Can be hard to adjust front sight
Review: The BT-16 barrel kit is an amazing barrel, it shoots straight as long as you have a smaller to medium size paintball. It looks great, every time I go paintballing I get the comment for having a nice barrel. The front sight works great if you have a stock because it raises the view. If you get the BT Tactical stock and the BT raised sight go well with it. Get this barrel and you wont regret it.
Conclusion: I highly recommend this barrel, I give it a 10 but take into consideration you must buy the right size paintballs i learned this the hard way. Get this barrel.
10 out of 10

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