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rlseuro Thursday, June 18th, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
3 months2 of 5 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
smartparts 14 inch, stock barrels
Marker Setup: spyder pilot '05 ACS
J&J elite barrel kit
spyder trinity feedneck
spyder virtue board
upgrade spyder volumizer (ok it might not help much but it looks awesome
trinity sticky grip
Spyder fasta 9V led hopper
trinity clamping feeder
madman spring kit
ACS delrin bolt
20oz co2 with anti syphon
smartparts .689 bore 14 in barrel
also have a spyder tlx with trigger spring, volumizer, vertical clamp upgrades, empire reloader or the BEST grav hopper ever, the tacmo arc
also have the j&j barrel kit and spare spartparts barrel for that too (its the wifes)
laser dot sight
madman spring kit - 6 piece
any really that have good seems and low of any dimples, i use fluid monsoon, great stuff
Strengths: variety, accuracy, adaptability, velocity, quiet, J&J rock
Weaknesses: Some may not like the matt black, change the orings no .689 bore size
Review: ok so I tried this out on my own paintball practice field, I used my laser sight lined up to se how accurate it was. I shot about 50 balls from around 60-70 yards, the grouping was awesome, 4 inches apart if that There is just about every barrel attachment plus 3 lengths of the main barrel, I tend to go with the middle size (10-12inch??) works great for me. It doesnt have a .689 which is no biggy cos if I have issues with any paint swelling or happen to have a differnt paint that works better with 689 I just use the smartparts barrel (can evern store it in the j&j kit bag of you put 2 of the small add on j&j bore sizes in one slot. The most amazing thing is I picked this up onlie google it cos im not supposed to give link, but google it and in the search put J&J elite kit $88
Very accurate barrel with the right paint which as everyone knows, is very important. but bore sizes are no longer an issue.
can pretty much shoot any decent paint, even the crap stuff (but the crap stuff still sucks). Velocity DEFINATELY improves if you use the right bore paint for the barrel . But remember even if it fits fine one day, it may not a week later with the same paint , recommend checking the barrle to bore test (blow a ball hout to see ifit fints good)depending how you store it (the paint)
It is curious how the pic shows colored adaptors, but mine are all black........doesnt bother me, its sexier that way.
if you have something like a kingman spyder it WILL improve your game
some complain about the screw noice, but just screw slowly, its fine that way.
I would like to add, the orings arent very good, I havet had it "shake apart" like one or 2 have, bu t when i changed out the orings, was MUCH better, nice and tight
very highly recommended
Conclusion: its an awesome barrel set, very accurate once you get the right combo. I shot a thousand balls with no breaks or sways, Also I love the fact you dont have to take off the whole barrel 2 piece to change out a longer or shorter barrel (the j&j kit comes with 3 barrels,and 5 bore adaptors)
bore size adaptors are .682.684, .688.691, .693 (NEVER come across a time when I needed .689 instead of 693
this barrel set is a fraction of the cost of some, and very accurate and great. I recently changed out my velocity springs using a madman set of springs. definately better velocity, and no swayed balls
for $88, its a darn steal.
seriously check out this set and search the net for great deals, got mine for $88
10 out of 10Last edited on Thursday, June 18th, 2009 at 10:42 pm PST

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