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Unregistered User Wednesday, April 11th, 2001
Strengths: hi this is destroyer. anyway i shot this barrel on a spyder classic. this a a great barrel for the price. this barrel shot pretty accurate with proball and medium sized bore paints. shot pretty staight and it is a very quiet. comes in 12 inch only.
Weaknesses: this barrel can curve balls wickedly sometimes. luckly, this doesnt happen often. the barrel is hard to clean because of the porting. i just take a rag, put it at the end of the barrel, turn my powerfeed off, and then shoot a few shots. this seems to clear the porting out. ball breaks will significantly kill the accuracy. you must clean this right away or your accuracy will suck big time.
Conclusion: this is a great barrel for the price. this performed pretty good on a spyder classic. the barrel i compared it to was the terminator and the nyte stick. the nyte stick performed a little bit better though. still this barrel is definatly worth what it costs. i recommend it to someone tight on a budget or to a beginner. you will be happy with this barrel compared to the stock barrel.
Rating:
8 out of 10
 

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