Diablo, PMI premium (works the best, NEVER break), or most RPS
Ok, First I know i dont have the best gun (and no nitrogen yet) But READ this
2. Very very accurate, for about 65-75 feet (I dont have the best gun)
3. Pretty good distance, would work amazing on an autococker (dont have one)
4. Good barrel for 80$
5. Same as Boomstick but cheaper price
1. Scratchs easly, thats what happens with alumanuim barrels. Rarely is problem for me, as long as you dont run into things with it, it is no big deal
2. The same or a little quieter than my stock barrel, (I use CO2 now so it would deffinitly be A LOT quieter with nitrogen)
If you have a good gun and nitrogen it is perfect and you should DEFINITLY BUY THIS!! I don't know If I was excepting it to be better but it kinda disapointed me. I know it would be way better with a better gun and or Nitrogen. Also dont get a boomstick get this!! it is the same just lighter
1 - 10 (10 Best)
Wieght - 10
Accuracy - 10
Durability - 7
Quietness - 7 (with Co2) 9 (with Nitrogen)
Distance - 7 or 8 with a better gun would be higher 8 or 9
10 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, December 2nd, 2004 at 1:41 pm PST
quote:Originally posted by Impulsefreak128 N00B, dont say things that you are unsure about, such as the barrel working better on a cocker, or n2 making the gun quieter, and i dont really see you got a ultralight for the spyder since no other gun(except for spyder and spyder impersonators)have those threads, so if you ever want to get a better gun, say a impulse, timmy , DM4, or in your case......tippman 98, you are screwed, bad decision N00B, but everyone must learn from their mistakes eventually............right?
And... How exactly is this related to this review?
All I see is a crappy comment posted by a biased idiot. Who... thinks impulses are teh shi*z
For the love of god, why do you stamp down on noobs so hard? Just because you've been playing for longer than what someone else has, doesn't make you better than them. Real paintballers wouldn't rip the P*ss out of someone starting out.
I can guarentee, no, promise that all of you guys were new to paintball at one point.
Agree with W.K.S, save for one small detail. I don't know why new players (and some old ones too seem to think having a longer barrel, or porting, or "rifling" will make a paintball go farther. Every ball is going the same velocity out of EVERY barrel, and therefore EVERY ball goes the SAME distance no matter what barrel it is shot from. How accurately it traverses that distance is another matter, and that's where things like porting come in (less turbulence around the ball as it leaves the tip of the barrel). There are some notable exceptions, though. The only barrels that ACTUALLY increase distance are ones that induce backspin, creating lift on the ball. The Tippmann Flatline and the BT Paintball Design APEX are two that come to mind. This is the ONLY way to increase distance legally, and it comes with its own set of challenges (more ball breaks, and ball drift).