Dye Attack Pack 4+3
140 Round Eclipse Tubes
2- 20 Ounce co2
1- 9 Ounce co2
32 Degrees Speed Mop
Meteor Shower Grenades
Draxxus Midnight Paintballs Black Shell - White Fill
32 Degrees Barrel "Condoms"
Woodland Camo 20 Ounce co2 Cover
Dye Precision Invision Goggle System
6 Swinging Targets on a Horizontal Bar\
Helpless animals... :) Heh, heh
Any paintballs, I used PMI's for a while and I never had a ball break... never!
Accuracy, ability to not break balls, quieter than stock
Still semi-loud, doesn't allow ball to spin (doesn't really make a difference)
This is a good newb barrel. It's cheap, and balls don't break. Saying it is newb doesn't mean it's bad, because it isn't. It's mostly accurate, the weather didn't really affect my shot. If you started off, and you want a reliable barrel without the high price of a higher end barrel, this one is great.
Beginner = 9/10
Intermediate = 5/10
Advanced = 2/10
Get this barrel early in your paintball career, and upgrade in about 5 months...
7 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, May 23rd, 2003 at 3:23 pm PST
Ya, the 'Marker Setup' Section is there so we can look and say "Oh, maybe that's why that works well" or "Huh, I don't have that and mine works better with x product as a result". This isn't space to bragg about your equipment (OOH! He has a DYE ATTACK PACK! Thats SO cool! He's cool, too!) or even to tell us that a part is on the way. I doubt you could hit a small animal, unless your IQ is low enough to count logs and rocks as small animals, which you probably do.
Last edited on Saturday, July 23rd, 2005 at 1:20 pm PST