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QuickDrawMcGraw Saturday, October 1st, 2005
The accuracy of this review is disputed. Please see discussion below.
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month6 of 6 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
Freak Kit
Pipe Kit
Kaner Kit
Dye Ultralite
Flatline
Proto one-piece
All-American
Just about every stock barrel out there!
Marker Setup: Ninja Proto
CP Roller Trigger
CP '05 Rail
CP '05 On/Off
CCM No-Rise
Reloader B
Centerflag 68/4500

Ion
CP Roller
CCM No-Rise
Dye Gauge
Lucky 15
Recommended
Paintballs:
Anything, even the cheap stuff!
Strengths: Inexpensive
ACCURATE!
Sexy
Quiet
Weaknesses: Anodizing is so-so
A little long for us front players
Review: This is my first barrel kit and I love it! I have used many barrel kits in my day, but this is by far one of my favorites. I purchased this barrel kit for my Ion a while back and I do not regret the purchase. I was looking for an accurate and inexpensive barrel kit, the Lucky 15 has the best of both worlds. I was blown away by its unsurpassed accuracy and performance. I bought case of crappy $20 seconds and I was shocked by the results. I was expecting it to blend and the accuracy to be poor. Man, was I wrong. I was getting literally ball on top of ball at distances around one hundred feet. Another thing that I like about the Lucky 15 is the one-piece design. That way, you don't have to worry about backs separating form the fronts.

Some people might see the Lucky 15's three bore sizes as a pitfall, I see it as a strength. If you think about it, you do not need five even seven bore sizes. All you really need is: a large bore size, a medium bore size and a small bore size. Not only that but it helps lower the cost of the Lucky 15.

Pros:
-Accurate, right up there with the Dye Ultralite and Freak.
-Three bore sizes, you don't need a ton!
-Convenient carrying case.
-Very nice looking.
-Quiet!
-It cleans breaks very well.
-One piece design.


Cons:
-A little long for front players.
-No o-ring so it tends to come loose during play.
-The anodizing could be better.
Conclusion: All in all I love the Lucky 15 kit and I would recommend it to anyone who wants an outstanding barrel at a bargain basement price! With its looks and ball on top of ball accuracy, the Lucky 15 is a must have for any serious paintballer!
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

Review Comments
TheOmen'sWrath Friday, August 4th, 2006 | 11:06 am PST
Dispute:
um... ball on ball at 100 feet? with an ion?
i dont think so. ions have a little kick, so theres no way thats possible
   

Ion 2 Impulse Thursday, March 15th, 2007 | 2:26 am PST
Um......Yeh. I also have the lucky 15 on my Ion, I'm shooting anywhere from 80-100 feet rapid firing and have a tight cluster. When taking my time its easy to say ball on ball accurate.
This kick people talk about, what? If thats a kick get in the gym!
   

caustic Monday, March 19th, 2007 | 12:47 pm PST
I've got a vs2 and test fired the lucky, and it drops ball on ball @ 100 ft, and the vs kicks more. think next time you dispute
   

Legionaire10 Friday, May 18th, 2007 | 8:44 am PST
wow, why was this disputed?
he wrote a very thourough review and listed anything possible he liked or disliked
   

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