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Unregistered User Monday, May 13th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
More than 5 years
More than 5 years
Products Used:
Tippmann stock barrel.
Marker Setup: Tippmann Pro-Lite, 12 oz. tank. No other modifications.
Marballizer; It's definitely worth the extra buck.
Strengths: -Very accurate. The rifling makes all the difference in the world. Think of it this way: shooting an unrifled barrel is like throwing a knuckleball. It's going to dip & slide all over. With the rifling, it's more like throwing a fastball (or, shooting a bullet?)
-Short length lends itself to closer cover / smaller bunkers
-Simple flat black color does help blending in, I believe
-Easy to clean; when you DO break a ball--which, in my experience has been rare with this barrel and usually caused by ball-chop, not the barrel itself--one quick squeege and you're back in business.
-Price; In a market of $90+ bright silver annodized or otherwise bright barrels full of gimmicks this is a bargain-and-a-half!! Got mine for $60 and after using it for 6 years I'd pay double that, easy.
Weaknesses: It may sound lame, but really the only 'bad' thing I can think of about this barrel is that it's now only available in limited quantities / configurations, at least for the Pro-Lite.
Conclusion: Worth it's weight in gold. I believe their claim of Armson being "the most accurate barrel on the market."
10 out of 10

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