12" Stainless Steel Lapco Bigshot
14" Dye Stainless Steel
16" Smart Parts All American
'99 Autococker body
Palmers Micro Rock Front Regulator With Knob
ANS Chrome Quick Switch 3 way (use to have a shocktech bomb but it wasn't nearly as short of a trigger pull and leaked when u tapped the timing rod)
AKALMP Lightning Bolt
AKALMP Evolution Style Pull Pin
AKALMP Tornado Valve
AKALMP Sidewinder Inline Regulator
AKALMP Back Block
Dye Chrome Trigger Frame
Dye Chrome Polished Trigger Plate
Dye Black Sticky Grips
Kapp Black Trigger Shoe
Kapp Chrome Beaver Tail
Generic Cradle (I have no idea what brand it is but it works very well)
Generic Stainless Steel Ball Detent
Stock Springs, Hammer, Pump Rod, Springs, Timing Rod, And Front Block
Lapco 12" Stainless Steel Big Shot (bore size .689)
Lapco 12: Aluminum Autospirit (bore size .687)
Viewloader 12 Volt Revolution Hopper
48 CU 3000 PSI PMI Nitro Tank
ACI 42" Coiled Remote
Marballizer, Hellfire, All Star, Slam, Team Colors (yes even these but only when they're very fresh)
Price - who can't afford a $50 barrel?
Weight - this thing is one light barrel, any lighter and my gun would be unbalanced
Accuracy - we did a shooting test between my tricked cocker and my friend's who had a 14" dye boomstick. we both ran marballizers from the same box and i was more accurate 5 outa 7 times.
Efficency - This is one gas saving barrel. it isn't heavily ported like the Dye or Smart Parts are. This allows you to run a lower pressure while maintaining the same volume of gas spent thus you can drain your tank more, equaling more shots.
Self Cleaning - This barrel handles breaks MUCH better than the heavily ported ones. It can even blow out almost all of the left over paint still in the barrel. I rarely get breaks but when i do i'm glad i have this barrel handy, i dont' even carry a squeegie anymore in tournaments.
Not much choice in color or length. I personally wanted a 12 inch but others may want a slightly longer barrel. Its tight bore limits its use to only small to smaller medium paints. I have had some great experiences with 32 degree's team colors paint as long as its not more than 4 months old. Not too strong, mine has a ding on it which actually left a very small imprint on the inside of the barrel but it hasn't affected my shooting accuracy at all yet.
Its great for the money, its self cleaning, its light, efficient and accurate what more could u want out of a 50 dollar barrel?