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p8ntballz Tuesday, December 3rd, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month4 of 5 people found this review helpful.

3 years
Products Used:
freak , and any barrel with various bore sleeves
Marker Setup: 02 cocker with drop fow. ,68 3000 psi, supa-fly bolt , shocktech pnuematics , messiah reg , powerlyte scepter barrel system
well , its up to you with this barrel
Strengths: -better than freak because of the price , internals , and lock in sleev system
-sleeves stay in place no matter what
-no o-rings to oil when changing sleeves or setup
-quality is unmatched
-looks awsome
-easy to clean with jerk squeegie
-porting actually helps direct the airflow improving my consistency , effeciantcy
and accuracy
Weaknesses: nothing really , it just doesnt have as many bores as the freak because the freak is pattented , its not a biggie
Conclusion: beyond a blessing from the paintball heavens because i cant afford the freak , and this is 3 times better. the best barrel system ive ever owned , shot and spoken of period!!!!!!!! good luck and remember-saftey first
10 out of 10

Review Comments
Fieldsday Saturday, September 11th, 2004 | 12:03 am PST
Of course the freak is patented, it is smart parts. When adam was asked what he patents "the world, in short".

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