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Keither Wednesday, May 31st, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
3 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Flatline, J&J Ceramic, SP Progressive
Marker Setup: A5 with Adapter and Precision barrel with cocker threads, and folding aluminium combat stock
Recommended
Paintballs:
Ive shot quite a few cases of heat thru this barrel, which are able to roll right out of it, and this thing still shoots them straighter than my flatline... though not as far.
Strengths: Accurate, Sturdy, Quiet
Weaknesses: Im not too into the chromed out back
Review: I originally bought an armson stealth at J&M paintball, but we couldnt find an adapter for my A5, so i went to the next town over where the other J&M paintball store was located. They also didnt have an adapter that would fit the stealth so I ended up trading it in for a 32 deg. Precision barrel.. I was kinda bummed out at first cuz I really wanted an Armson Stealth,, but I figured whatever, I needed a good barrel for the next day besides my Flatline... So i tool the 32D Precision.

Bought 500 rounds of Diablo Heat which is a very small bored ball... And I have to say I was very very bummed when i saw that the balls just rolled right out the barrel and were about 1000 bore sizes too small..

When I got home i aired up the beast installed the adapter screwed in the barrel and let em fly.

Holy $HIT!!! This thing was a dead on straight shooter even with a $hitty paint to barrel match.

Whereas my Flatline shot wickedly far, this barrl shot extremely straight. Though it doesnt have the distance of a Flatline, it sure as hell makes up for it in accuracy.

Now, I know people down 32 degrees barrels because lets face it, they kinda have a tendency to suck, and Ive owned a few of them so I would know... and also people are all up in arms because this barrel is obviously a knock off of a boomstick, but let me just say, that not only is this not your common 32 degrees P.O.S... But it is every bit as good and accurate as a Dye Boomstick, and I know this because I owned an STO cocker with a boomstick... and let me tell you, I cant tell the difference performance wise, or sound wise.
Conclusion: This barrel is a whole lotta whup-ass for not a whole lotta cash. If you're looking to buy a boomstick but dont wanna spend that much cash, and dont wanna get a used one, GET THIS BARREL you wont be sorry. This thing out performs every barrel i own as far as accuracy and sound go... And i own quite a few guns and barrels.

To those that think this barrel cant be anywhere near as good as its dye counterpart, and are hesitant to drop 50 bucks on it, I say this:

"Come on.... Come oooonnnn..." - Peter Griffen of "Family Guy"

Im giving this product an even 10 because I believe in function over form... though im not too crazy about the chromed out back, even tho it looks pretty pimp on an A5, this barrel still out performs any barrel ive ever used and matches that of an actual boomstick.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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