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Gspence Sunday, December 18th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
3 months6 of 6 people found this review helpful.

6 months
Products Used:
Armson Stealth, J&J ceramic
Marker Setup: A-5 w/ tac cap or ricochet hopper, Hammerhead Battlestikxxx 14 inch or hammerhead Shark Tooth, ADCO red dot sight
Marballizer, anything small.
Strengths: Accurate, quiet
Weaknesses: Aoes not self clean, needs small or hard-shelled balls
Review: i like this barrel. the first ball i shot broke in the barrel, but it was at the range so i just squeegeed it out. you either need a swab or anything else that's fuzzy. if the FPS isn't in the window (i think its 165-185), then it gets inaccurate. its great for city levels, because it can small targets. compared to my friends J&J, it was less affected by crosswind. its harder to clean, because of the ported end. i did very well in my last game, because of the barrel and experience i have gained. however, the fields weren't woodsball fields, so i didn't get to try ambushing.
Conclusion: i think that it is worth the money if you don't mind doing a little more cleaning, and if you plan to play ambush sniper. if you want a barrel that is almost as accurate for point man, i would get a J&J.
9 out of 10

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