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Unregistered User Wednesday, October 4th, 2000
2 of 9 people found this review helpful.
Strengths: The All American two piece barrels are quiet and have good accuracy. They come in three bore sizes and three lengths (I believe). The also have an assortment of splash colors, and basic black. They come in just about every thread pattern know. The interior finish is very smooth.
Weaknesses: They are; expensive, accuracy is not as good as most one-piece aftermarket barrels, the porting that makes it quiet also makes it consume gas at a faster rate, and the two-piece design makes it harder to clean and impossible to "shoot through" clean. The only part of the barrel that is guiding the ball is the initial stage, which is no more than 8" at best, the rest of the barrel just makes it quieter by venting the gas.
Conclusion: I had a 16" All American on a Spyder SE, and a 16" All American on my Phantom pump. I found medium bore paint worked well in this (med bore) barrel. I don't believe the barrel is worth what the going price is for it. It compares well with any other overpriced two-piece barrel out there (J&Js, Ironman, OTP, etc, etc.) and is cheaper than some (Titanium Boomstick for instance). I would not reccommend a two-piece barrel of any kind over some of the much less expensive, easier to shoot clean, more accurate one-piece barrels out there, such as the Lapcos, J&J Ceramics, Custom Products Classics, BOAs, or even the higer prices DYEs.
6 out of 10

Review Comments
TXtippmann Saturday, August 14th, 2004 | 9:37 pm PST
Why would it be harder to clean, and why would the porting make it consume gas at a faster rate? Oh, I think I know. It's because you are retarded. Now your review makes much more sense.

SWAT2291 Saturday, February 12th, 2005 | 12:36 pm PST
Um not the porting its that length of your barrel that consumes more gas. Any way its all personal preference.

crunk_juice90 Saturday, February 19th, 2005 | 4:31 pm PST

crunk_juice90 Saturday, February 19th, 2005 | 4:32 pm PST
A Spyder SE and a Phantom Pump? WTF is wrong with you.

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