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Eugene123 Sunday, April 20th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
6 months2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

6 months
Products Used:
stock spyder barrels, chop more

stiffi, it is pretty good... but I would go with the terminator, if you are on a budget.

Evil Pipe Barrel kit: for and additional 15 dollars, you can get an evil pipe barrel kit. I would recommend that people get the Evil Pipe Barrel kit.
Marker Setup: spyder pilot/Spyder vs2

Hopper: Torque loudmouth

Co2/ans compressed air

Trinity clamping feedneck

Virtue board
DO NOT USE ALL STARS! OR PREMIUM PAINT!!!! UNLESS YOU WANNA SPEND 10 min cleaning your barrel/or gun(depending how bad the chop) after every 6 min. The problem with tournament grade/fragile paint is that it chops very easily in the barrel. The terminator barrel doesn't do too well with chops. Try to use recreational balls with this barrel or not too fragile tournament grade balls.

Paint that I would recommend:

Tournament Grade: marballizer, Diablo Formua 13

Recreational: Sports Chalet
Strengths: For the price, it is a pretty good barrel!
Weaknesses: LOTS OF CHOPS with many different types of tournament grade paint.
Review: I was with my team a couple of days ago shooting a trash can at around 150 feet. On my first try, I hit the trash can. This barrel comes in a couple of nice colors, and looks very good with many guns, but if you have an extra 15 dollars to spend I recommend you get an Evil Pipe Barrel kit. The terminator barrel it is very accurate, pretty quiet, and it is very cheap. I would recommend people to buy it if they are on a budget.
The accuracy of the barrel is really good, if you ask me to hit a branch on a tree that is 40 feet away, I can hit it at most 3 shots. The barrel is around 14 inches and projects the paintballs shot out of it pretty well.
The barrel is very quiet too, you can not hear the shot from the gun if you are 100 feet away from it.
The barrel cost around 15 dollars. With a price like that, it might seem too good to be true.
Conclusion: In conclusion, I would recommend this barrel, to those who are on a budget. This barrel is a lot better than a regular stock barrel, and is very low in cost. If you have an extra 15 dollars to spend, I would recommend that you get an Evil Pipe Barrel kit.
9 out of 10Last edited on Monday, April 21st, 2008 at 7:20 am PST

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