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backup15 Wednesday, June 6th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
2 years
3 years
Products Used:
Empire barrel(can't remember what it was, but it was in a kit (two piece)
Tippmann flatline

Marker Setup: Tippmann A-5!!
14in. smart parts freak
saw stock
ricochet hopper
rufus dawg double finger trigger
Archon Power-balls pearl series is the best paint I've shot and haven't ever broken a ball (shot like 20 cases but it got too expensive)
Archon Pro-balls hardly ever chop balls
nelson anarchy and zap chronic are the same
those are the paint that I've had the best luck with
Strengths: Good range
Excellent accuracy
Very quite
Two pieces so no one gets killed in firefights
Weaknesses: Takes a sec to take off front
Review: I got this barrel with my A-5. worked great but everyone was talking about how great the flatline was so i got one and it sucked. this thing kicks the heck out of any flatline. I hardly every break balls. with the flatty i was chopping every other ball after the first 20 shots. it also shot more accurately than the empire barrel but that was still a pretty good barrel
Conclusion: great barrel for a medium or light rifleman or someone who plays agressively its got enough range for me but I'm no sniper
9 out of 10

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