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sand_man Wednesday, December 27th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month6 of 8 people found this review helpful.

Less than a month
Products Used:
Stock barrel (victor II)
Marker Setup: Spyder Victor II stock
SP progressive barrel
Meh, I only used stingers and bigball, they worked fine for me
Strengths: Accurate!
Sexy lookin!
Weaknesses: None so far
Review: Ok, I just got a victor II, I put less than a month for my pb experience because thats how long I have actually ownd a marker. I've played more than a few time with rental tippman 98cs, but I figure that that might not count. Ok, well I got this the 2nd day I had my victor II, first thing I noticed this thing looks good. Now to the firing. I setup a piece of cardboard on a tree and put this baby to work. It shot very well, I was impressed. Only shot about 250 rounds out of it so far, but no breaks whatsoever. Can't wait to go woodsballing at the field with this! At say....40 feet I think it was I put almost ball on ball from a kneeling position. I can put ball on ball at about 20 feet standing up, but I like to fire from a knee anyway during woodsball which is mostly all I play. Only 40 bucks at the store I got it at, which is great in my book. Cermaic also, so if I do experience a break i nit, I should be able to fire through it with no problem.
Conclusion: All in all, great barrel, perfect so far, I'll try and update this after I play a few games and test it out more!
10 out of 10

Review Comments
sanky Sunday, April 22nd, 2007 | 5:49 am PST
i dont recommend trying to shoot through a break the best is just to clean it right away i have a J and J ceramic barrel one of the very good ceramic barrel and you can shoot through a break but its wayy better to just clean it

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