Stryker Carbon fiber barrel (Don't buy this.)
Spyder pilot ACS stock barrel (Actually, it was pretty good)
Trilogy Pro stock barrel (Almost as good as my JT)
Dye Boomstick: (Horridly overpriced, but better than my JT.)
Trilogy Pro Autococker with:
Custom Products ASA
48/3000 psi Myth Air tank
Techt Shaft kit
Recon Camo Paintballs
Draxxus Triumph Paintballs
-A little heavy, but not too bad.
Other than that it's fine.
This is a great barrel. It bought it for $20 at an ebay store and it arrived in the mail today, so eagerly I opened the package and put it in my Game Face Vexor and tested it out. I got the back in .688, and it was stainless steel. The front is aluminum.
The test was preformed in 60-70 degree weather with the wind blowing, so this review might not be as accurate.
35 feet- When I aimed I had ball on ball accuracy. This is a very quiet barrel.
50 feet- 4-7 inch grouping. when I aimed it.
60 feet- 6-9 inch grouping when I aimed it.
This is a very nice barrel. It looks sweet, is cheap, quieted my gun down a lot, is accurate, and owns. It's a little heavy, since it's back was made from stainless steel. And it's also a little shiny, but other than that, this is an awesome barrel
OMG THIS BARREL IS PWNZORZ! (Notice that the shot groupings were with an unregulated blowback, co2, and junk paintballs.)
Now that I have a better setup, I must say, that this is one of the best barrels I have owned, second only to my Boomstick.
With the right paint, this shoots as good as my boomstick.
This is an AWESOME barrel! I would give it a 20 if I could!
10 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, March 3rd, 2010 at 11:14 am PST