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skinnybestard2 Friday, April 20th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
4 years
Products Used:
dye UL and boomstick nothing else reall comes close
Marker Setup: 2004 BKO, custom products no rise feed neck, phsyco ballistics on/off drop forward, macroline kit, stainless steel freak barrel, 68/45 fiber wraped pure energy tank, dye rino cover, halo B hopper with rip drive, Jt proteus

Back up gun
Spyder E-99 shocktech trigger, shoctech antichop bolt, freak JR
then same hopper and tank as the BKO
the paintballs dont really matter aslong as you have multiple inserts
Strengths: most accurate barrel on the market!!! cheaper than the UL or Boomstick. Looks pretty sweet
Weaknesses: They are heavyer than the Dye barrels.
Review: If you have the money, than get one. you wont be sorry. The are extremely acurrate and look pretty sweet (especially if you get the stainless steel back) The freak barrels are cheaper than dye barrels because you dont have to by multiple backs. all you have to doo is by isnerts which cost about 40 dollars less.
Conclusion: Freaks are good barrels to get if you have the money. they ar extremely light.
10 out of 10

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