Tippman 98 custum with Remote kit and 14" Terminador Barrel
32 Degrees Compotiton, View Loader I-Ballz, Dabblo Dust, and Nightmare
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Now I know I haven't tried out alot of barrels, but ive seen alot in action. And let me tell you this is a keeper. Even thought the barrel can bee picked up for about 36 bucks and don't get me wrong that's a good thing, its dependable. The paint on the inside of the barrel easily is buffed out by continuous usage. And this translates into smooth and accuracy. The grooving on the outside is pretty cool looking to, and lets be honest, looks are not everything but its nice to have a good looking gun. It leaves a cool plum after the gun gets extremely cold, but other then firing upsidown this wont happen. the barrel also quiets the gun down ALOT, from the back you cant tell but from the front you can only hear the mechanics of the gun. And the Biggy its accurate as spit, most of the time you can just point and shoot and you'll be dead on. But if you like to aim the barrel also si good. At walking stance i can hit a 2'' by 3'' peace of medal at about 15 yrds. and about 30 yrds if I aim. (i hot " stands for inches if sry i ment inches)
The only problem Ive had is that the end of the barrel is thin and easily scratched on cinder block, but that was a stupid idea to hide behind and shoot out of (hey i can make a few mistakes in my life). The end cutouts, because of the thin ness of the end of the barrel dirt is easily smashed into the barrel. But is usually dislodged after a couple shots. Other then that its fine.
Its a great barrel and a must have for 36 bucks. It will out shoot Armison barrels if the right paint is used. And a barrel squeegee, or a speed mop is a must have. The barrel is also reliable to the almost end of the tank. And if a paintball is broken inside then the barrel remains accurate to an extent to get you to safety. Sry but i have to give it a ten, no major flaws here, except the tub it comes in, kind of hard to opean.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, November 13th, 2005 at 2:35 pm PST