Tippman Model 98, 12v Evolution Hopper, Botton line.
Anything but Nelson Proball or Brass Eagle
Really durable, plays good in cold, wet, dry, hot, or basically any kind of weather or playing circumstances. Lasts a while. I've had mine for about a year and it has really stayed above most other barrels. It's fast, accurate, and quiet, which is everything you need for a silent attack. Back when I still had my Tippman, I installed the new Flatline Barrel System and chopped one out of every 3 balls. The Ice Cold didn't chop one. Needless to say, I sold the Tippman and upgraded to a F4 Illustrator Tp with the works.
The chrome really stands out, so even if you are hidden well, you will still be seen. I have been sought out and many times because the opposing team was able to see my barrel.Scratches, tarnishes, and stains really easily. Mine no longer looks good even though I took the best of care of it.
This is an all over decent barrel. I would recommend this barrel to beginners, however, I believe that expierienced players would look to a better quality, accurate barrel. This worked great on my Tippman, not to mention lasted me well over a year. Now, I have not seen this barrel used on any other type of gun, due to the fact that none of my paintball buddies own one of these 32 Degrees.