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Backp8ntr Friday, July 18th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month4 of 6 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
6 months
Similar
Products Used:
Stock barrel for Vert 02 Rebel
Marker Setup: 32*Rebel Vert 02 green
32* Whisper barrel 14'
12 oz cromolly co2 tank
extreme rage gravity feed hopper

Recommended
Paintballs:
Java's (cheap and work fine)
Draxxus work good but NOT in cold weather
Strengths: *Quiet
*Accurate
Weaknesses: None really
Review: Very good barrel. It is an excellent upgrade from a stock barrel.

Its quiet and accurate. Isn't that what a good barrel should be?

Works great, most definitely recommend it.

If you are tired of missing shots, or losing your possesion because of a loud, inaccurate stock barrel, this is the perfect upgrade. Get this or the list of the following

*Teardrop
*Whisper
*JJ Ceramic
*Quiet riot
Conclusion: Great quiet and accurate barrel. Def recommend. Teardrops, JJ's, Whispers, Quiet Riots are all good upgrades from stock barrels. I liek the whisper and it is given my highest recomendation. Relaible, wuiet and accurate. Doesnt get better then that.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

Review Comments
bba717 Tuesday, October 26th, 2004 | 4:30 pm PST
You've only been playing for six months. Don't tell others what to use in terms of barrels. EVERY barrel is a wonderful upgrade from a stock barrel, I can't believe you even said that. Its not reliable, either, because if you get splatter (you know, when a ball breaks on your cover and the paint flies everywhere) on it, the poop will most definately hit the fan because of the army of holes adorning the sides. Your paint will curve. I know this from personal experience. A good barrel is not neccesarily quiet, either. You can have the loudest gun on the field, and guess what happens 90% of the time? They hide. Then you can flank very easily. Stealth is an over-emphasized aspect of paintball that really is getting ridiculous. Don't worry about YOUR "possesion", only the position of the enemy is worth noting in battle. This is not a 10 out of 10 flawless barrel. No barrel is. Cut the crap, try a boomstick, and review this again.
   

humvee Thursday, February 10th, 2005 | 7:45 pm PST
quote:
Originally posted by bba717
You've only been playing for six months. Don't tell others what to use in terms of barrels. EVERY barrel is a wonderful upgrade from a stock barrel, I can't believe you even said that. Its not reliable, either, because if you get splatter (you know, when a ball breaks on your cover and the paint flies everywhere) on it, the poop will most definately hit the fan because of the army of holes adorning the sides. Your paint will curve. I know this from personal experience. A good barrel is not neccesarily quiet, either. You can have the loudest gun on the field, and guess what happens 90% of the time? They hide. Then you can flank very easily. Stealth is an over-emphasized aspect of paintball that really is getting ridiculous. Don't worry about YOUR "possesion", only the position of the enemy is worth noting in battle. This is not a 10 out of 10 flawless barrel. No barrel is. Cut the crap, try a boomstick, and review this again.
Well I'm sorry but my gun costs LESS than your boomy.
   

Ace-o-Spades Sunday, August 20th, 2006 | 5:08 pm PST
quote:
Originally posted by bba717
You've only been playing for six months. Don't tell others what to use in terms of barrels. EVERY barrel is a wonderful upgrade from a stock barrel, I can't believe you even said that. Its not reliable, either, because if you get splatter (you know, when a ball breaks on your cover and the paint flies everywhere) on it, the poop will most definately hit the fan because of the army of holes adorning the sides. Your paint will curve. I know this from personal experience. A good barrel is not neccesarily quiet, either. You can have the loudest gun on the field, and guess what happens 90% of the time? They hide. Then you can flank very easily. Stealth is an over-emphasized aspect of paintball that really is getting ridiculous. Don't worry about YOUR "possesion", only the position of the enemy is worth noting in battle. This is not a 10 out of 10 flawless barrel. No barrel is. Cut the crap, try a boomstick, and review this again.

god talk about a flamer
   

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