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kennethk112 Monday, March 31st, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
6 months0 of 12 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Similar
Products Used:
I have used stock cocker barrel, nothing special.
My newest kit, a odium two kit, absolutely love it.
In comparing the carbon fiber barrel, i would say that i like the kit better, i hate inserts.
Marker Setup: Sunset orange invert mini, virtue board, low rise clamping feed neck, Odium two kit or deadly wind carbon fiber barrel with freak inserts.

Recommended
Paintballs:
chronic works well, i think a tougher skin paint is best, i tend to have break with brittle paint but might just be me.
Strengths: So light
looks like a barrel
quite
accurate
Weaknesses: to light
If you do break paint, your next 20 balls are going everywhere!
Review: I paint ball as a kid for 3 years and loved it, i stopped for 4 years and started up again during me senior year of high school.
I play tournament ball and cant say many bad things about the barrel.
It is deadly accurate andeasy on the ears. The fact it uses inserts is both good and bad.
The inserts do in fact help the accuracy but tend to move around more inside!
Overall its a great barrel and i would recommend it to all front players and backs. It is not terribly price for a carbon fiber barrel and made as good as any of them.
Conclusion: Use different barrels before picking this one.
Find a paint that will work well as it is very weird when it comes to breaking paint.
Rating:
8 out of 10
 

Review Comments
juggalopimp1225 Friday, April 11th, 2008 | 1:09 pm PST
mini's themselves are notorious for chopping paint....call the manufacturer and ask them how to get it to stop chopping their response to my gun tech was only run it between 60-85 degrees lol i live in texas so you see the predicament with that one
   

isaacs18 Wednesday, April 30th, 2008 | 1:43 pm PST
So its advantage that its light but its too light? What are you saying?

Can't you just put a piece of scotch tape around the freak insert to keep it from rattling inside?

You say overall its a great barrel and you recommend it but then you say use other barrels first?

So many contradictions...
   

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