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Period of Product Use:
Less than a month
5 of 25 people found this review helpful.
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Loud without venting
Sucks through breaks
Good stock barrel, but I don't really like it that much. It looks cool on my blazer, but I'm going to replace it with by bigshot and excel. Kinda small bore, so if you have big paint, your screwed.
I broke at least one ball down the barrel every game, and in order to clean it out you have to basically shoot about 4 to 7 shoots through the barrel. (Can't uscrew brass barrel on blazer)
Loud without vents, but not worth paying another 40 dollars to do it. I recomend something like the Dye Excel because its big bore, so you can shoot any paint through it, also its cheaper than the brass, lighter, and quieter. Also the bigshot is just as accurate, and the same bore size.
Pretty good barrel for the price, but other barrels that are just as good if not better for cheaper. I recomend either the CP one piece, Dye Excel, or Lapco bigshot. So I'll give it a 5 because its basically average.
quote:Originally posted by MisterMister this barrel has eleptical honing meaning it will shoot ANY size paint (that is .68 anyway). This guy is getting breaks often which means there is some other issue. NOT the barrel.
The elliptical honing doesn't have anything to do with paint size. If you opted for wedgits, those allow a wide variety of bore sizes. However, if paint is too big for the barrel, nothing will stop the balls from breaking. I suggest that the reviewer try his barrel with different paint .
Brass is not that great. Me and my friend we both bought 12" un-ported brass PPS barrels for our tippmann a-5's. Both barrels were breaking paint like crazy. On top of it my brass broke the first day I played. Barrel simply fell out the threaded adopter.
SORRY!!! I WISH I HAD BETTER EXPERIENCE WITH BRASS