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spyder-man 22 Thursday, October 6th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
none that compare
Marker Setup: spyder xtra with a couple adjusments
any paintball except for cheapies(brass eagle)
Strengths: Quiet, accurate as hell, nice asortement of colors and very light.
Weaknesses: None that i have found yet
Review: wow i mean wow this barrel is amazing in absolutly all ways possible its extremly accurate, super quiet, very light, theirs tons of colors to match any gun and best of all
its cheap. I took a few shots with it from about 20 feet and every shot was within a
centimetre from the original shot and it was probably me who moved the gun.
I think the only way this barrel could be better was if their was different bore sizes
that came with it like the freak but as if you need it here are the grades i gave it

accuracy 98%
sound 89%
weight 91%
cost 100%
overall 94.5%

I know nothing is perfect but i'll round it out to a 10
Conclusion: If you aren't rich but want one of the highest quality barrels you can find buy this but
please don't play aganst me with it see ya if you have any questions post it in the
commentary box
10 out of 10

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