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trains are bad Tuesday, February 24th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
6 months3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
Stock, J&J ceramic
Marker Setup: Shaved top cocking 98c
Low pressure mods
Palmer's Stabilizer
Lapco 8" Bigshot.
Revvy
Recommended
Paintballs:
Doesn't matter as long as it goes through.
Strengths: Size, accuracy
Weaknesses: Not barrel pluggable
Review: SIZE! I have no idea why everyone like long barrels nowadays. The 98c is a long marker so this is perfect for it. It's actually a tad shorter than the stock barrel. If you shoot a mag or something it would be really really short feeling-I think I'd run a 10 or 12 on a mag. This barrel is very accurate. VERY. I love it. It is quite loud though.

The end is drilled out oversize so the paintballs don't touch the bore after the porting. So you can't use a regular barrel plug with it. Not a big deal since most places require covers anyway.
Conclusion: Can't reccomend it more, best 98c barrel, unless you like long barrels. The only other short barrels I could find was the blackpoint barrels.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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