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Puddleglum Friday, October 25th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
3 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

3 years
Products Used:
Dye Aluminum
Dye Ultralite
J&J Two Piece
Marker Setup: AKA Viking
Nickel Blade Trigger
27 bps software
DYE Aluminum
J&J Two piece
CenterFlag 200 45 4500
I usually use Nelson, Anarchy, or Nelsplats.
Strengths: Well, I don't know what the Dude below was smoking, but this barrel is not that bad. Its not an Ultralite, but a very competent barrel. It is the stock barrel on all PTP markers. I got it with a MicroMag RT, and was quite impressed. It is very accurate, and unique. I think the porting is nice looking, but pointless.
Weaknesses: There are a few drawbacks to the Pro Series.
-Weight: Its is a little on the heavy side. I'm used to Dye Aluminum barrels and this was pretty heavy compared to it.

-Loud: Due to a small amount of porting it is pretty loud.

-Porting: Is really pointless. It does not allow the ball to seal and you will notice a slight decrease in efficiency.

Conclusion: I think the Pro's out-weigh the Con's. The barrel is good looking and solid. It is a solid performer and they are kinda rare. The porting is neat, but unneccessary. It is accurate. And that's about all I have to say about it. I have a 10" for sale if anyone is interested. E-mail
9 out of 10

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