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ONE_SHOT_KILL 1 Saturday, July 26th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
6 months14 of 15 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Products Used:
many differant barrels
Marker Setup: wgp orracle
ss longbow barrel system
evlolution 2 with new board
88ci 4500 psi niro tank
any paint (even old piant shoots great) oval pait will shoot great to but wont clean out like round piant
Strengths: extremely accurate
looks great
extremely durable
Weaknesses: none that i can see
wont shot oval paint clean ( but what barrel would)
Review: when i was looking at all these barrels and barrel systems i had no idea which one to get. everyone told me that theirs was the best. when i asked why they couldn't really give me a direct answer. then i was at a tournament and i saw titaniumpaintball. i asked them why theirs was the best. they didn't even hesitate.
they said
all barrels on the market today are micro-horned (which is like sanding the inside of the barrel) this process leave small imperfections in the metal that produce friction and these small little pores also hold paint so extremely hard to shoot clean. now our barrel is hard bore finished. this process dramatically gets rid of those imperfections.
they said that this hard bore finish would allow me to squeeze paint like put a .689 paintball into a .687 barrel and not break and shoot great. they also said that if a ball did break the longbow would shoot clean no problem. and one more thing that was really amazing was that this hard bore finish made the bore stronger. so basically this barrel wont wear and scratch. titaniumpaintball said they did a test and shoot cat litter through their barrel and a boomstick. there barrel came out without a scratch and the boomstick came out all scratched up.(so the longbow will last a long time)
now also the longbow is titanium or stainless steel si unlike aluminum barrels it wont stretch and expand (which is very important)
also the longbows tip screws over the back so that it is always centered. and there is no little gaplike found on some 2 piece barrels. and a added bonus this also makes the longbow o-ringless.
then is thats not enough there tips are staged bore so it slowly gets bigger allowing the ball to return to the normal shape.
now while i was a the both they let me test fire one and i saw a 1 year old demo barrel no scratches and when i test fired it is was perfect.
when i go it home it was amazing no problems. did everything that they said it would do.
the only problem i ever saw was that it wasn't cleaning out this oval paint i was using when it broke( but you could see the paint was oval in your hand and in the bag so i think it was the paint because it was so oval)
but this is absolutely the best barrel system there is
super accurate i mean ball on ball 100 feet back
super durable
wont expand in the heat
perfect due to the extrem engineering og titaniumpaintball
Conclusion: id buy this barrel in a minute personally cost wasn't a big deal because it was only a little but more than other barrel systems
buy this barrel and another thing titaniumpaintball is awesome at customer service
this is the bet barrel ever made i buy it in a minute if i got to do it again
e-mail me or IM with any question (this is the best)
10 out of 10Last edited on Saturday, July 26th, 2003 at 5:39 pm PST

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