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spasticone Friday, March 10th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
1 year3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
cmi thunder pig (half the quality, shoots almost as well though)
a few 32 degrees barrels (about the same)
Marker Setup: R6
Cp classic (.689) and home grown Thunder pig
angel mini reg
big drop forward
72/3000 pmi tank
moded internals for LP & running at 325psi
Strengths: Very nicely machined
helped me get 280fps with low pressure setup
Weaknesses: Picky with paint, even when they fit well
Review: I bought this barrel new, but on clearance, for 18 bucks. How can I go wrong? It shoots PERFECTLY with scorch paint (what I had at home when I bought it). Unfortunately, I haven't found many other paints that work well with it. I am currently shooting ultra Evils and they are perfect in my thunder pig, but break in my cp every 4 or 5 shots. I had the same problem with Draxxus dusk. The paint fits perfectly, but just won't work. I haven't really minded, but it is a problem. I used my buddies Teardrop and it worked flawlessly also with both paints my cp has broken. Soooo... since I like the way my gun works with it, I've been buying scorch.
Conclusion: Nice, but PICKY with paint. Seems to be my luck.
7 out of 10

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