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MrFire22 Saturday, March 30th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
More than 5 years
Products Used:
Lapco Bigshot Powder coat aluminum and SS , Many Many Barrels
Marker Setup: AGD mini mag , intelliframe , intruder foregrip , shark sight rail , rcs combat sight, Lapco SS bigshot and Lapco ss autospirit.
small-mid bore paint , marbs , all stars , etc...
Strengths: Lapco SS barrels are the best one piece barrels available , they kick the crap outta boomsticks for half the price. I know I've tried both period. These are especially excellent barrels for good gas efficiency in lp set ups. Use a good quality paint thats right for the barrel and there is none better.
Weaknesses: Some people complain of noise due to lack of porting , but some people should get decent guns that arent so frikin loud to begin with. These are louder than all americans and alot of others , but thats rather moot.
Conclusion: if you bought a 200 dollar titanium boomstick instead of a SS bigshot and SS autospirit you threw away alot of money for a piece of fancy metal. SS is the best for wear and smoothest for good shoot through. I've ben using Lapco's for years , many other barrels have come and gone but lapco still remains for a reason.
10 out of 10

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