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Unregistered User Friday, December 7th, 2001
Period of
Product Use:
1 year2 of 3 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
I've used a J&J Ceramic, Flatline, and Armson Stealth.
If anything, Bigball, they're the hardest that I know of, and therefore break the least in this barrel.
Strengths: The hype was very well done by Armson. They made it seem like spinning a paintball was JUST like spinning a bullet. Nope...

It looks unique with the porting and curves, and felt really solid.
Weaknesses: All the breaks. This barrel broke so many paintballs on me, way, WAY too many. Now, I'm talking weird breaks, I'd shoot a ball, I'd see it fly, than it would just burst.

I bought mine for $80, which was a bit buch for a barrel like this one.

I bought a venturi bolt, tried all sorts of paint sizes, and still, it would break at almost every 5th or 6th shot.
Conclusion: Poor barrel, you can try what you like to make it work better, but you'll be trying for a while. If you find a why to fix all those problems, drop me a line...

If you spin paintballs with grooves in the barrel, it'll be like you've got mud in your barrel.
4 out of 10

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