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juan-nf Tuesday, June 10th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
2 years
Products Used:
stock barrels, bt ak-47 barrel
Marker Setup: bt banshee w/
-re remote
-re 20 oz CO2 tank
-sp progressive 16 inch
any kind, really- not ball picky
Strengths: Distance
Easy to clean
Weaknesses: Needs a higher velocity than most barrels
Review: i bought this barrel at 70$, and have had this barrel for a few months now, the thread is made for my spyder MR1 and i thought that the barrel was pretty crappy (must have been my gun). Since then i have cut a few centimetres off of the back of the barrel and it can now fit my bt banshee, and i must say that i am impressed with its performance. My first testing of it was in my backyard, and there i found that this barrel can blow my stock barrel right out of the water. distance, accuracy, and weight are its defining factors.
I have tried this barrel at the flag raiders phoenix project and it performed beautifully. its only flaws were when i was low on CO2, and that's the guns fault, not the progressives. i hope to get an APEX for my ak barrel soon.
Conclusion: Overall, this barrel would be a a great buy if it were 40$ or less. A barrel for the soldier-of-fortune with a budget.
8 out of 10

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