chrono'd my stock barrel on the 98 custom and also the flatline, had it down to 290-295 avg... any higher i would be too hot and just out of curiosity pushing the limits, turned it up more and started breaking paint in the barrel. accuracy was ok on the stock, the accuracy on the flatline sucks. the flat line had distance, but no velocity at the further end of it's long range making it hard to break paint on people. then i screwed on the Palmer nickel plated vented brass barrel. OMG! just for a comparison of the 3...no adjustments other than screwing on a new barrel what was chrono at 295 w/ the tippmann barrels was instantly 369 on the palmer barrel. turning it down to proper level will help on the gas consumpion as well...very accurate! very consistant!
kinda plain...ok for people that are more concerned with performance than looks
AWESOME BARREL! i am just lucky enough to live in the same town as the palmer store so i get to try things out before i buy them...by the way..that is the only place i have been able to do this at...according to the manager "sure you can try it out! we have confidence in our products!"