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paintball_601 Wednesday, October 26th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
1 year6 of 6 people found this review helpful.

4 years
Products Used:
Boomsticks, progresives, freak, All-american, whisper, stiffi, etc
Marker Setup: (my gun);Spyder Imagine 03'
Empire twister barrel
Shocktech superfly bolt
Bob Long Millenium 45 degree grip frame
Halo TSA LCD Backman
Bob Long Millenium ASA
new trigger for Elec. grip Frame
32 degrees 11 peice spring kit
clamping feed neck
removed the bulky sight rail

it really depends on the humidity, but probably large bore, or medium, definately not Draxxus, it is very small
i actually used wallmart scorch and did not bust one ball
Strengths: Looks,
Weaknesses: Consistancy,
see review
Review: i did not have space to put this into the weaknesses, but i screwed it into my spyder, and the empire symbol pointed straight down toward my LPR, when screwed COMPLETELY in

i found that if it is humid outside, the barrel is VERY unconsistent, and when the humidity is low( like right now) the barrel shoots pretty accurately, but evry 5 or so ball, it throws one upto 6 or 7 inches away from the main spread

this barrel did not by any means add up to everything said about it, but it still is pretty good. i think the barrel looks awesome, especially on spyders, and probably the promaster and the wrath, but if you have anything better, you can aford better that this

I am getting a promaster soon, and i am NOT putting a twister on it.
my friends have progressives, and on humid days the progressive kicks the twisters butt, but in fall and winter, its vise versa
Conclusion: if you live in the north, i would say buy this barrel, but if you live in the south as i do)DO NOT BUY THIS!
i mean, if you plan on not playing all summer long, and only playing in the cold, it would be alright, but otherwise, no.,
8 out of 10

Review Comments
Slinky17 Tuesday, October 23rd, 2007 | 2:37 pm PST
Maybe I'm dumb, but I'm pretty sure Spyders don't have LPR's.

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