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zhelldog Sunday, March 25th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
Smart parts linear barrel, stock barrel, no comparison.
Marker Setup: Tippmann A5
m4 stock
egrip with W.A.S board
PMI remote hose
Special ops C-series Blackcell barrel 16" with suppressor tip
Any paintballs that are better than low grade should work fine. For example, I use the medium grade paintballs that i find at Walmart.
Strengths: Durable, quiet, and accurate as hell.
Weaknesses: There are no weaknesses!
Review: Okay, first off this is the best barrel on the market today period! Since it is carbon fiber and kevlar, the temperature change from Co2 does not effect the consistency of each shot! You can keep shooting the same spot over and over again!
I am a woodsball and scenarioball player and let me tell you that this barrel is the best one you can get for woodsball. You can pay alot more for barrels that claim to be the best, like an empire twister barrel or a regular stiffi barrel, or even a freak barrel, but this is the best barrel ever!

When I saw this barrel on, I knew right away that it was a must buy because it was made by SpecOps, a very reliable woodsball company. I was lucky to get one because every time I checked the website the barrels were out of stock!
There are 7 different barrel tips that look just plain cool and for only $8! Some people claim that the barrel tip causes some issues with ball chopping but I personally have had none so far. I recommend the Supressor barrel tip because it doesnt add much length to the barrel and it looks nice. Remember that the longer the barrel, the more gas you use up per shot.
At first, I thought that this barrel might chop since I use full auto and the length of my barrel is 16", but surprisingly, no chops! I ran through about 2 cases of paint and not a single chop! The workmanship of the barrel is very good, and obviously alot of effort went into creating this perfect barrel. My only complaint is that currently these barrels are only available for Tippmann A5's. Which doesn't bother me because I have an A5 lol! I am not sure but you may have to call the company and ask if the barrel comes in different threads.
Conclusion: Special Ops pulls off another best-of-the-best product with the Blackcell C-series barrels. Lets take a look at everything to make sure we didnt miss any details:
Price: Great! $60 for the best barrel on the market is a steal!
Performance: The absolute best.
Reliability: This is the old faithfull of barrels.
Looks: You will look like the king of woodsball when you walk onto the ball field and show this to the noobs. 7 different barrel tips all for the same price!
Craftmanship: Hey, its SpecOps and Stiffi, nuff said! (which means it is AWESOME!)

Anyone out there that is looking for a barrel that is quiet, accurate, and looks great, this barrel is calling for you! I highly recommend that you go on right after you finish reading my review and buy this product!
10 out of 10

Review Comments
413sonix Monday, March 26th, 2007 | 5:20 pm PST
Sounds like you're from SpecialOps. Mods should run a IP check on this.

Guan Ero Thursday, March 29th, 2007 | 9:56 pm PST
yup, thnx for the advertised review...

zhelldog Sunday, April 1st, 2007 | 4:35 pm PST
Originally posted by 413sonix
Sounds like you're from SpecialOps. Mods should run a IP check on this.

lol i wish i worked at specops but im not old enuff to work yet....not really tryin to advertise for specops. i just typed a review. so i wont get banned lol

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