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MasterShocker23 Saturday, March 6th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
3 months2 of 4 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
JT 2-piece
All American
Marker Setup: Smart Parts 03 Ultimate Shocker w/ vision
Max Flow 72ci at 4500psi
Stiffi Barrel .689 14 in
Air America Messiah Low Pressure Regulator
Rico ak
Check It Clamp Feed
Marbs (They work with anything...such a good paintball)
Strengths: looks
its quietness
and weight again
Weaknesses: The fact that you shouldn't use a cloth swab
Review: This is a really sweet barrel. Once I got it i was hella excited. I took off my stock All American and smacked on the new St!ffi. You couldn't even notice it was even on...its that light. Also the look of the carbon fiber is just pimpin'. The accuracy is hella tight. the groupings are close from any range. I recommend this barrel for beginner or pro.
Conclusion: Um...It's got to be the lightest barrel out there and the fact that it doesn't warp is a pretty hot strength of it. The weight of it just blows away your mind. you cant even imagine how light it is. just think of how your gun is.....without a barrel on...thats how light it is. Go buy it now if your a beginner or pro.
10 out of 10

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