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abunkerer Tuesday, September 30th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
3 months13 of 20 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
smart parts All american
Dye boomstick
Marker Setup: ule e-mag
Dye Throttle preset 71/4500
Match the paint to the bore size, and this barrel will blow you away
Strengths: lightest barrel, quiet, very accurate
Weaknesses: not supposed to use the swab type squeegees
Review: I have the Stiffi on my emag and it rocks. It is the lightest barrel out there, and the super smooth bore makes for very consistent shots, and is forgiving on paint ( I shot some oversized paint through it and it didnt break)
The barrel is very quiet, and that is good because my mag is otherwise pretty loud. The barrels come is different bore sizes, so you can match the barrel to your favorite paint and have a set up that will always shoot straight and never break balls. If you are really insaine you can collect the whole set! I got the .687 and I shot a few cases draxxus through it and have not broken a ball yet.
Conclusion: The stiffi is a great barrel, very light and looks great. Its carbon fiber is cool, no fluctuations with temperature. Bore sizes are printed on the barrel so that you don't try to fire golf balls through it...
All high end barrels are basically the same, they are just tubes with really smooth insides, what makes the stiffi so nice is that it is the lightest barrel, and is really quiet without negative effect on air efficiency.
10 out of 10Last edited on Tuesday, September 30th, 2003 at 5:28 pm PST

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