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herbz89 Wednesday, June 28th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
More than 5 years
Products Used:
Custom .687 14" barrel
Marker Setup: Spyder Imagine
Small Parts Linear Barrel 16"
12oz C02
Custom .68 Cal Muzzle Break
Custom .22 Scope
Custom marker guillie cover
VL hopper
Doesn't really matter. This barrel is friendly with all sorts of paint.
Ive found that the best paint to use for it is:
1. Atmosphere
2. Scortch
3. Storm
Strengths: 1. Great accuracy
2. Quieter than most barrels
3. Light and Less wobble on balls
Weaknesses: None that I need to worry about
Review: Im a woodsball sniper, and for the job I do, I had to create my own custom barrel in my shed using spyder pards and pvc. That barrel I made worked for my one-shot purpose, but sometimes the consistency of the accuracy declined when I would go for some backup shots or bursts.

I needed a barrel that would give me the silence, accuracy, and consistency I needed for my role. When I saw the Small Parts Linear, I realized that it had to be a good barrel because of its efficient design.

When I tried it out, not only did it work, but it worked very well.
From 30-40 feet, and even greater distances, I could easily calculate the arc of the paintball to take out my targets with single shots. There is relitively little wobble or right to left drifting of the paintball, so it made the perfect barrel for sniping. Even my custom muzzle break (which reduces sound and smoke even more) fit on the tip.
Conclusion: Definately a good buy for marksmen or snipers
10 out of 10

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