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luxykin007 Monday, September 2nd, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
2 years
Products Used:
J&J 14" and stock spyder barrel
Marker Setup: spyder compact deluxe, x-chamber off the E-99, big daddy barrel, gravity feed hopper
nel-splat (for price) all I use
Strengths: Light as heck
looks pimp
nice pattern, even for a marker like mine
head shots, got two of them in one day (I play with red paint too)
This barrel is a beast
Weaknesses: Nothing at all.
Conclusion: I have reviewed my share of products here and I believe this will be my first 10. I was impressed at the change between this barrel and the J&J 14" I used to have. I have a 12" now and I love this barrel. If I had to spend the msrp, I would stick with my stock barrel...seriously, but I was lucky and ordered a smart parts AA from firstcall, and they were out of stock. So Bobby, being the coolest in the business, hooks me up with the big daddy at no extra cost. so for 59.00 shipped, I got me a big daddy. For 64.99, I would get this over a boomstick any day of the week. I go kill to kill on a weekly basis with this guy that has a boomy and he's been playing longer than me.
10 out of 10Last edited on Saturday, January 29th, 2005 at 1:01 am PST

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