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Nomahsib Saturday, November 10th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested2 of 7 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Products Used:
Just normal one and two piece barrels
Marker Setup: Freak green Smart Parts Ion ^_^ - Q-lock neck, 360 QEV, CP sling blade trigger, Smart Parts dropforward with On/Off ASA, 2007 Powerlyte Scepter Barrel kit, Viewloader Evlution 2, and a 48/3,000
I don't really know, I was using Nelson Precision and it seemed fine
Strengths: Fun
Weaknesses: Not accurate
Review: So today my friend had a bunch of gear he was selling and in it was this Apex barrel. I was interested in it so he let me try it out for a few games. Truly, I wasn't expecting much accuracy and that was pretty much true. At the same time though I could stand and shoot from about 150 feet away without moving and hit tons of people. The only problem was at that distance that not all the balls were breaking, but I was getting a lot of people ducking! :) I use an Ion and it's not really loud, but when I put this barrel on it I thought I was shooting an A-5.
Conclusion: I would not recommend buying this barrel. It is very fun and I had a blast, but I wouldn't use it for anything other than dinking around.
7 out of 10

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