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CockerKiller520 Tuesday, December 29th, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
More than 5 years
Products Used:
Empire Twister barrel
Dye Excel
SP tear drop
Marker Setup: Nightkast halfblock. E2, karnivor ram w/ qev's, karnivor LPR, karnivor reg, psychoballistics 6" drop forward, Evo II hopper
and now a 12" UPZ Gladius Barrel
used cheapo walmart specials and it worked amazingly. probably anything will work great with it
Strengths: -accurate
-looks good
-no curves
Weaknesses: -None that ive found yet
Review: i bought this barrel on Ebay when i got my halfblock back from the proshop. i was looking for a cheap barrel that would match the marker cuz i though that i'd get a barrel kit down the line. i saw this company and didnt recognize the name but checked the reviews and figured 'aww hell, its only 20 bucks why not'.
i just took this thing out shooting and was able to land every shot on a cinderblock from about 50ft easy. check out the review video if you dont believe me on the accuracy:
Conclusion: This barrel is amazing, the price, the accuracy and i look forward to playing as soon as it warms up outside. swing by the field, i'll be the one lighting everyone up with this barrel
10 out of 10

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