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sdrpaintball Sunday, November 26th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Less than a month
Products Used:
8 inch c98 stock barrel
11 inch 98pro stock barrel
Marker Setup: tippmann 98custom pro ACT, extreme rage 9v hopper, 16 inch smart parts linear barrel, soon a stock.
Diablo heay and Stingers work great.
Strengths: Accuracy
very light
easy clean
No chops
Weaknesses: Not very quite at all
A little wobbly when i screwed it in
Review: I like this barrel for the little amount of money that it is. I am kind of dissapointed that it was just as loud than the 11 inch stock. It may be the co2, not sure. It was a accurate and I liked it. No chops because of the Anti Chop Technology though. More of a sniper barrel. If you mis though, you definetly loose the element of suprise becuase it is loud.
I picked off about 6 guys the whole time and they didn't know I was there so the accuracy makes up for the loudness by making a 3 shot kill. 1 and 2 might miss but 3 nails it.
Conclusion: I recommend this to the people who play woodsball and who are in between offense and mid. May be a little long for speedball so i would recommend the 12 or 14 inch for it. Great barrel.
8 out of 10

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