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Lord_Sidious Tuesday, January 12th, 2010
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
6 months
Products Used:
Stock barrel (do I really need to answer this one?)
Apex barrel & Tip (more range, less accurate)
RAP4 M-16 barrel (about the same quality)
Marker Setup: Tippmann 98
Cyclone Feed
Invert Halo Too Loader
Response trigger
Apex barrel & Tip
Smart Parts Linear Barrel
collapsible stock
Most .688-.689 paintballs should work. Stay away from "el cheapo" brand paintballs.
Strengths: Cheap
Decent accuracy
Weaknesses: The SP logos do not align perfectly, but that is no biggie
Review: This barrel is worth every penny. If you're on a budget, and want something to upgrade from the stock barrel, this is one you should definitely look at.

It is very accurate up to 80-90 feet using medium quality paint. Should perform better with higher quality paint, but I haven't had a chance to try that.

My backyard is about 100 feet across and I am able to hit consistently a 2 gallon bucket from that distance, using Draxxus Basic Training paintballs.

Noise reduction is noticeable.

Some people report an increase in range, I didn't see that, but, on the last hyperball game I played a few weeks ago I was able to pick off players right from the break. I had to arc my shots, of course. From one end of the hyperball field to the other is about 175 feet.

I paid $29.00 for mine.
Conclusion: I recommend this barrel to those who are on a budget and are looking for an economic alternative to the stock barrel
9 out of 10Last edited on Tuesday, January 12th, 2010 at 3:40 pm PST

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