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cant dye dead Thursday, December 7th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
1 year1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Nothing.
Marker Setup: Dye Autococker Ultralite, Freak kit,Eclipse 2, Evolution 2, 4500psi Pure Energy tank .ect....
Recommended
Paintballs:
Low quality to high quality paint.
Strengths: Accurate. Various size balls can be used. The barrel can match your gun's color.
Weaknesses: Price, it all comes down to, you get what you pay for.
Review: If you are serious about paintball and have the funding to spend on this sort of thing, don't waste your money on anthing else, except maybe the Stiffi, which has similar performance. But not to get off track. This barrel kit covers all the bases. From cheap paint like Core which has more imperfactions, where you should use a larger bore to combat the ball from getting stuck inside the bore. To the High quality paint such as Marbilizers which I would have to say is the best quality, any way you are allowed to have a much tighter tolerance to these higher quality ones because of the improved roundness making the paint you shoot more accurate. Yes you do have to size the balls up the tigher the tolerance of the ball to the bore the better, but of course not too tight to prevent sticking or breaking.
This barrel is also very quiet because of the porting.

On a side note I have read reviews of people that have had problems removing the sleeves out of the barrel. Simply put grease on the outside of the sleeve and slide it in. When you want to take it out just stick your finger in the barrel and pull.
Conclusion: I would definatly buy this again but only before I wasted money on cheaper barrels, except for the Stiffy.
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

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