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killens18 Sunday, June 10th, 2007
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1 year
Marker Setup: I use a ION w/ a FREAK Barrel, QEV, and a clamping feedneck.
ANY. I personally use DUSK by Draxxus. They Can't Get Soft like others, and they are dead accurate.
Strengths: Changable Bore Sizes
Dead on Accuracy
Changable Fronts
Great Efficiency
Weaknesses: Cleaning is a pain, but not to bad.
Review: I've Played with this barrel a couple of times and could tell a HUGE difference from the other barrels. I went to a scenario last week with this and was clocking em from way away. This barrel works GREAT with any gun. Most of the INaccuracy of other barrels is caused by the paintballs swelling or shrinking. Well with this, just change the inserts! But what i love about this barrel is how QUIET it is! I could be shooting at a enemy 10 yards away and them not know who's shooting!
Conclusion: I recommend this barrel over all the others if you have the money. You will be Glad You bought it. I also Recommend getting the All-American Front along with it. For the reason that the front is quieter, and is spiral ported for more accuracy.
9 out of 10Last edited on Sunday, June 10th, 2007 at 6:24 am PST

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