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VSCStocker Saturday, October 25th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
1 year1 of 2 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Products Used:
Lapco Bigshot. Same barrel just different bore size.
Marker Setup: VSC Phantom
Lapco Autospirit and 14" CCI Nickel Barrel
Clear stock parts
Rear gauge installation
Marballizers, All-Stars, El Tigres. Anything with a .687 bore size.
Strengths: Very Accurate. Just like the Bigshot.
Weaknesses: A little loud. Gets dirty fairly easily.
Review: People complain that this barrel does not shoot large paint well. Well duh, the bore size is only .687. Get the Bigshot for large paint. They are the same barrell!!! The Barrel is extremely accurate with the right size paint. Why the autospirit has a lower rating than the bigshot is beyond me.

With playing stock class. I can't afford to miss shots. Thats why I use the lapco autospirit.

It's more accurate than the CCI barrels. They now make them for the phantom!
Conclusion: Go spend 100 dollars on a autospirit and a bigshot and have all your paint sizes taken care of. The barrel will not miss without with your help and the right size paint. Any barrel is accurate with the CORRECT PAINT MATCH. Will not shoot any other barrels than lapco.
10 out of 10

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