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Unregistered User Friday, January 4th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
2 years
3 years
Products Used:
32 degrees carbon fiber barrel.
Marker Setup: I use a 68 Automag Classic with a 68 ci 3000 psi ACI Nitro Tank, black polished wooden grips, bottomline setup, and a 3-9X adjustable scope with an armson stealth barrel. yeah folks, i even named it. nothing comes close!
Proballs. If you read into it, paintballs and barrels are machined to the thousandth. The armson stealth is a small bore barrel, so I use proball, a good small bore paint. This combo works great in my mag, and I don't chop balls since I switched from 32 degrees team colors to proball
Strengths: Ok guys, this barrel is internally rifled. Its rifled on the inside; its not smooth bore like the famous dye boomstick (piece of junk compared to the armson stealth by the way). This barrel is great because of the same reason we use rifles now instead of muskets. Muskets had smooth bore barrels (like most after market paintball barrels) but we now use rifling (armson stealth) because of the vast difference in accuracy.
Weaknesses: This barrel is aluminum and it scratches. But who gives a crap? With this barrel, you can knock off guys at 300 feet if you're a good shot to begin with. At that distance, they'll never even notice scratches on your barrel.
Conclusion: I can't stress enough how important the rifling of this barrel is. It makes paintball much more accurate than other barrels, and for those who reach out and touch their unfortunate enemy scum, this is the perfect barrel. Go for it!
10 out of 10

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