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Unregistered User Monday, April 16th, 2001
3 of 7 people found this review helpful.
Strengths: yes, it's pretty was around 50 bucks at my local paintball supply. it's light. it looks pretty cool overall.
Weaknesses: it didn't really help that much over the stock barrel, had a few balls bust....probably because the barrel is smaller than the paint(read the conclusion)
Conclusion: I'm using a spyder 2000 model, the barrel is a 14" at .689 the paint going through it is diablo blaze. i took the time to measure it and the one i have is actually closer to .688 than .689 (.6882, and yes i do have an instrument precise enough to measure that).

if you're like me, you read these reviews and pretty much throw out the that i mean people who say "this is the greatest barrel ever made" or "this thing sucks, forget it!" i'll just say, it's ok. for 50 bucks, i think i'd just save my money for a better upgrade. at first i was excited about it and refered to it as my "sniper barrel"...but in reality, it shoots worse than my stock barrel. i sat and shot about 500 rounds through both barrels comparing...the CP was accurate about 70-75%% where as the stock was probably closer to 80%%. i would NOT reccommend this barrel to anyone, unless you need to burn some money. i've heard good things about the smart parts boss progressive, but i've heard bad as well...the next barrel for me will be either the taso stone cold II, or the 32 degrees terminator
5 out of 10Last edited on Saturday, January 29th, 2005 at 7:45 am PST

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