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jmoney07 Friday, August 24th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
-Stock Ion Barrel 12"
-J & J Ceramic 14"
-SP Progressive 14"
Marker Setup: -Smart Parts Ion
-Virtue Board
-Virtue Eyes
-Smart Parts QEV
-CP Regulator
-TechT L7 Bolt
-New Designz Firing Can
-New Designz Donut
-Q-Lock feed
-Halo B w/ Victory Board
-Freak Barrel System
-CP on/off air system w/ 32 Degrees Drop
-68ci/4500psi carbon fiber tank
Recommended
Paintballs:
Any paint works because of the bore inserts.
Strengths: -Fits All Paint Sizes
-Light Weight
-Quiet
-Accurate
Weaknesses: -Price of barrel
-Price of inserts
Review: Okay people, hands down this is the best barrel on the market today. That fact is as certain as death and taxes. And what puts it above the rest is not only the fact that it can shoot any size paint with perfect accuracy, but it also is extremely light weight. Now when I say light weight, I'm not talking Dye Ultralight blow away in the wind light. I'm talking about maybe weighing a few ounces, which is still great. Once you get this barrel and learn how to bore to paint match, which is very simple, this barrel is going to be the most accurate thing you have ever shot. Now the only, and I do mean only drawback to the gun is its price. Some people have the means to go out and spend $100 or more on a barrel, but unfortunately, not everyone does. So for those that can afford to spend that much on a barrel, this is your best bet. But since price doesn't effect performance of the barrel, this baby has absoluetely no flaws.
Conclusion: If you don't feel like spending $100 on a barrel, then the Freak isn't for you. But if you have the money, and you want the best barrel out there, you got to get yourself the Freak.
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Thursday, October 25th, 2007 at 8:04 am PST
 

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