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primetimejr Wednesday, February 11th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
2 years0 of 2 people found this review helpful.

3 years
Products Used:
cmi, vl barrel, dye, 32 degree whisper, stock barrels
Marker Setup: e99 with freak jr back & teardrop front. Halo b with rip drive & pure energy 45ci 4500 nitro bottle.
doesn't matter, b/c you can match any paint if you buy the insert kit.
Strengths: Extremely accurate, decent priced ( $150 for barrel & all inserts with case)
Weaknesses: none
Review: i wasted my time and money on other barrels, but that all changed. I purchased the freak jr kit and fell in love with it instantly. I have sold all of my other barrels and purchased a teardrop front to help improve the already pimped out look. This barrel can be adapted to any paint b/c of the different insert size and is extremely accurate. 99 out of every 100 shots falls within a 2 foot circle at 60 yards and the long range ability is exceptional as well. This is without a doubt the best upgrade anyone could want or buy. once you get over the price, you will realize that you won't go to other barrels. Not only that, it started the new trend of adjustable bore size barrels that are flooding the market now. Go buy one with either the insert that matches the paint that you play most or the entire kit. You won't be disappointed.
Conclusion: Go and buy one, you are hindering your paintball experience without a freak. If you have a spyder or tippman, save money and buy the jr.
10 out of 10

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