The Core Pro Series Slayer SA Barrel has a unique bearing design within the barrel. There are eight separate bearings that carefully grip the sides of a paintball. The bearing system is self adjusting so there is no need to worry about what size paint you have. Simply put, perfect barrel to paint match every time you play. The best part is that there are no inserts to mess around with. The eight different bearings act like an insert and are permanently attached to the barrel.
The CORE Pro Series Slayer SA Barrel is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
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This barrel Rocks! Its a hell of a lot easier to use than the freak (BUT the freak is more reliable) I really like this barrel but there are some band things tho.
1. The Covering around the bearing system is a little bulky
2. If you have a loud gun (Like a M98) It echos in the bearing cover
3. When you break a ball in the breech, Good freakin luck tryin to clean it totally (try running water)
4. the price is WAY too high
This is a great barrel to have around if you cant afford the price of a Freak system.Go out and buy one!
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Any! That's the beauty of it. It match ALL paint, without having to change any parts.
Got paint? Then you have the barrel for it.
Price (but i got mine for 70 bucks)
This barrel is awesome. It matches your paint, no matter what you use. As long as the paint isn't dimpled, you get a perfect shot. All this and you don't have to ever change a part. Sure, if you know that your barrel/paint match is good, you can use any barrel, but how many times have you gone to a field that requires you to use their paint to find out it's too big or too small for your barrel... this will never happen with this barrel.
Sure, it can be hard to find and be a bit pricey, but I got mine for 69.99 on Xtremez.
Yes, it's a bit loud... but no gun I've ever used is silent.
Cleaning... just unscrew the thing, swab it clean, and drop some oil in there... done.
If you can find it, get it.
Yes, it has a few downsides, but it is a one piece barrel that matches all your paint... you can't find that anywhere else. No more trying to match inserts, or heaven forbid, not having an insert for the paint on the field....