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yellowjacket97 Wednesday, April 19th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
3 months2 of 3 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Flat-line
hammerhead
empire
Marker Setup: E99 Avant,
barrel> stock, tiller "16, Armson stealth "16
T-board + T-chip
Q-loader hopper
25 gram T-switch
custom stock
gasthrough expansion chamber
and some other stuff
Recommended
Paintballs:
Anything top brand pay a little extra it will go a long way (literly!)
Strengths: Rifling
sturdy
cool looking
rather impressive given the preformace
pretty quiet
Weaknesses: You have to use good paint!
Review: I got this barrel because of some things I heard on the net and from friends, but nobody had one so i took the risk and bought one (got an unbeliveable deal on ebay for it!). that was part of the reason I got it. when it came i started testing it against what most would say is the best paintball barrel the flat-line,(note thats what most i talk to say NOT what i say!) This barrel put up the best resaults imaginable against the flat-line. also testing was the hammerhead, the armson was ALOT more arcuate and put up an impressive distance shot! against the other two the flat-line shot the farthest, but at the point where the flatline past the armson, and the hammerhead the balls were lossing acuracy big time so even though it out shot it probley wouldnt hit anyone that far away! (distance isnt everything!) up closer 30 40 yards the armson stealth blew the other two away! the hammerhead was pretty close to the armson, and is made very similarly but not as quiet! and the hammerhead and the flatline are both way too expensive, given that the armson's around 70 80 bucks, not bad for a barrel that out preforms barrels that cost well over 100! only down side is use good paint or the velocity from the barrel will break paint like crazy!
Conclusion: The price seems a little steep but when you get a barrel that is better than top name brand barrels its well worth it! you'll pay a lot more for barrels with this preformance!
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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