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Unregistered User Tuesday, August 22nd, 2000
3 of 4 people found this review helpful.
Strengths: The most versatile barrel out there as far as using different size paint. Shoots marbs as well as nelson. It is by far the best barrel I've used. Very quiet dart shooter.
Weaknesses: Made from brass so you can scatch the bore up if your not caring for it like you should.
Conclusion: I would highly recommend the 12 inch vented version of Palmers barrels. They are eliptally honed is what sets them apart from all others. You can have them nickle plated, or powder coated on the exterier for looks. Glenn Palmer's research of materials led him to brass as the best metal for paintballs and the eliptical honing job he does makes a believer out of me. These barrels are just flat out the best I've used. ie. Lapco,Dye,Taso,Smart Parts,JJ Ceramic.
10 out of 10

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