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SOGsnakebite Tuesday, March 3rd, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
3 months2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Lapco and many other barrels
Marker Setup: Lapco Bigshot barrel 10 inch
Specops A5 F.O.G ( older metal one)
Caa rail covers
Caa fodling grip
Caa FE tactical stock
Caa tactical cheek saddle
BT Egrip
Etrig single finger mod
Rap4 Trirail mount
AImpoint replica
Eggy 2
Deadon Proseal PT
Polished internals
PMI remote
Custom paint
3 point tactical sling
Home made suppressor

Strengths: See below
Weaknesses: None
Review: FLASC Double-threaded barrels for the BT TM-7

Let’s start with a few words about the appearance and durability of the double-threaded barrels from FLASC. The flat black is a sleek look that meshes perfectly with the style of the TM-7. The location of the FLASC logo on the part of the barrel that threads into the marker requires no masking to maintain the integrity of the marker’s appearance, either. The barrel and tips are also very durable – able to be carried loose in a gear bag with no visible damage!

The barrels are extremely accurate, laying nice tight groupings at 50 – 60 feet with a variety of paint qualities at an exceptionally low break rate, even with 3-month-old open-bag paint. The bore on these barrels is tight enough to prevent a paintball from falling straight through, and the tight fit greatly improves the accuracy of the barrels.

Both ported and un-ported options are available. The ported barrel is slightly louder than the stock TM-7 barrel. The unported barrel with cannonizer tip is fierce enough to both strike fear into the hearts of the opposing team and facilitate operation of a RipClip on the TM-7 without microphone modification.

The ability to quickly and easily change tips on the fly is a nice change from other barrel options. The tips can easily be changed even during a fire-fight and have little to no impact on the flight of the ball. They’re small and light enough that they can easily be slipped into and out of a pouch on your vest.

In conclusion, these barrels and tips are unbeatable for their price range. They are extremely accurate and outstanding quality. An excellent upgrade for anyone.


I have 9 reviews written up for these barrels, but u dont need to read everyones opinion because they are all the same........... The BT Rangers have field tested gen 1 and 2 barrels in Cocker and A5 threads with diferent tips for probaly 2 months or more now .................. the overall consensus is how much ? and when can i buy one , period end of story .

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Just a few pics of the basic barrel and tip , more to follow.................Weve thrown everything through these barrels and been amazed ...........i dont wish to bore u with tech details this is a real world review ..........with the combinations of tips including the screw on Apex this realy is all the barrel youl need

I have to thank BvDave for allowing us to review these barrels and listening to our input , definitly a good guy to deal with .

Conclusion: Ask any questions u wish i or the guy's will try and answer them as far as im concerned tho this is an awesome local Canadian product and needs our support .............more to follow
10 out of 10

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