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Hawkeye1050 Wednesday, February 14th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
6 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Products Used:
Stock Ion barrel, pretty much it.
Marker Setup: Ion, Q-Lock, Uni-mount 2 On/Off, 14'' All American, Rcochet Apache, 68/4500 Pure Energy, 360 QEV, fFrebolt, Dye Sticky3's, Modified Stock Trigger..
Any standard size paintballs, since the bore is a standard size.
Strengths: Accurate, cheaper than Freak kit
Weaknesses: Not able to change bore size.
Review: Well, i got the All American about 6 months ago in 14''. Its a nice barrel, with good options for upgrading to a Freak kit, or a different size tip. Its a nice improvement over the stock Ion barrel. Some argue that its not worth it, since you can't change the bore size. I really don't need to, since this fits most paint fine. The accuracy is pretty good, and gives me a good amount of presicion.
Conclusion: It's a fine barrel that will improve your accuracy, and you will notice it. It allows for improvement since you can change the tip, and you can add a Freak back at any time. I give it a 9 since there are some better options available.
9 out of 10

Review Comments
BIG-TROLL-FAN Wednesday, July 25th, 2007 | 10:26 am PST
wait so it dose not take freak inserts

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