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20/20eyeguy Tuesday, February 3rd, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
3 years
Products Used:
Cmi True flight (no comparison)
stock barles on various markers
Marker Setup: Proto Ultralit SLG
Veiwloader Evolutions 2
Freak Jr. 14'
Cp clamping feed neck
Empire quick flip on/asa
Carlton/Crossfire 88/3000 carbon fiber tank
it is a barle how do you upgrade this
Strengths: Acurate,
Weaknesses: Insert may be weeker then then a ragular back.
Review: I first used a Freak Jr. on my old Ephifany witch is were I got hooked. I now us it on my Ultralight SLG. On both markers it is extreamly acurate.

The bighest thing I can say about the Freak Jr. is that it is cheep. Also if you want to make sure your paint a bore match perfictaly the Freak Jr. is the cheepest to do it with. You see once you have the barrel all you have to by is a new insirt. For exmple a new insert $13, a Dye Ultilight back is $60, and the Cp Back is $30. You can get 2 insirts for one CP back and 4 insirts for one Dye back. While the back may be weeker then a acutal barrle but the Freak Jr. back keeps it safe form being damaged by hitting something. That pluse it is cheep enought to make up for the weakness.
Conclusion: Good barrel great price
10 out of 10

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