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Bunkermachine Tuesday, October 24th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
3 months7 of 7 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Products Used:
-SP Linear 14 In. Ok, not as good as the AIM
-SP Progressive. Does not compare to AIM
-CMI Thunderpig. Worst barrel I've used (other than stock)
-Stock barrels (around 3-4 different ones)
Marker Setup: -Spyder Sonix '06
-AIM 4 Pc. barrel kit
-Warrior paintball clamping feedneck
-20 OZ CO2
Depends on the back, Zap works well for my .687 bore size (extremely well)
Strengths: -Accurate
Weaknesses: -None whatsoever
Review: I've used several barrels, and thought I should quit borrowing my friends Progressive. I was about to get a Ceramic, but this was $3 less and was a kit, so I got this instead. Got it home, was surprised at how light it was in for a 4 Pc. kit. It also looked very good on my Sonix. Hooked up my CO2 and tested the 12 In. first, it was pretty accurate, not as good as the 14 that I tried right after, but still pretty good (good for front players). I hit a tree from around 150 Ft. away twice within three inches of each other. In the first game I used it in, I was amazed by the superior accuracy of this compared to my friend's Linear.


I recently got some Zap Spank, which are a bit higher quality than what I was using. This barrel is still good if not better than I thought. This barrel continues to surprise me.
Conclusion: For under $50 this is the best barrel I know of. If you can find it, try it out.
10 out of 10Last edited on Friday, November 3rd, 2006 at 7:02 pm PST

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