Easy to put in barrel and to pull out of your barrel
looks fugly on my gun
I didn't know my gun came with a barrel plug so i bought this one. I tested both the stock plug and this one and i decided that this was the best. It is easy to put in and pull out of your barrel. I've miss fired a bunch of times and when i did it didn't come out of my gun. most of the paint came out but some of the shell didn't. When the paint does come out it just sprays like 1-2 feet. Maby not even that far b/c i've never measured how far the spray is. Even though i love it, i'm going to get a barrel condom b/c the plug looks fugly in my gun.
even though it looks fugly in my gun i'll give it a ten.
Well i dont like barrel plugs they are ugly and dont work too well. I would recomend just getting a condom it works better because it dosn't leave as much paint in your barrel but more outside were the condom is. I need more words so la la la
-Blue Spyder Victor II
-12" red custom products one piece barrel .689
-VL Revolution 12 volt red w/ x-board
-custom trigger mod
-20 oz. Pure Energy CO2
-fits in barrel nicely
-can be shot out easily
-not a barrel condom
I got this plug with my Black Maxx whenever I first started really enjoying the sport. It works if you need one to play at a field. It fits in the barrel really good, and you don't have to put all of your muscle into it to take it back out. The o-rings also make it fit better. But only after one shot, the barrrel plug can be shot out, which isn't too good. It also isn't a barrel condom, which work much better.
Worked for me, so it should work for you also.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, May 26th, 2004 at 6:32 am PST
This barrel plug would not fit in my barrel so I had to get some oil to get it in. I got the oil by breaking some of my paint after that my barrel was all oily. At the end i ended up just using my old one it seems to work much better that that piece of shi%
Its not bad does what its supposed to do and i have accidentally fired with it in and it didn't budge i just got a barrel full of paint which a quick squeegee through dealt with. Its nice and bright so you can see its there and it fits my guns well (pmi Piranha, Tippmann 98 Custom)
not bad I would not normally write a review for a plug but the people who give them 1 just because they hate plugs annoy me
Spyder pilot acs '05: 14" tru flight barrel
low rise clamping feed neck
run on co2 (tank size varies)
Does it job
May leave marks on barrel
Lets face it a barrel plug is very important safety equipment. But often over looked. I don't think which one you use really makes a difference just as long as you use something. This plug is bright and does its job. It will hold the paintball in if you pull the trigger. I personally don't like plugs and use condoms now but to each thier own.
Does it's job plain and simple.
Comes in bright colors
Spyder E-99 Avant with a Empire Loader and a 3000 PSI HPA tank with a 16 inch 32 Degree Night Stick Barrel
ProStock Autococker with stock barrel and HPA tank with a Empire Loader
Easy to lose
This barrel plugs sucks, It scratched the crap out of my barrel and I had to send it back to get another one, manufactures just stick these cheap things inside marker boxies so that people dont get there eyes popped out, dont use it unless you want a messed up barrel, spend a cheap 3-8 dollars for a barrel sleeve, it just looks better and makes your marker look cool, besides it intimidates newbies
Dont use, use at your own risk, scratches the crap out of barrels
ViewLoader Plug- both work well and have no flaws.
spyder tl plus, dye boomstick , vl200, 20 oz co2
Durable, bright green, orings, easy to clean.
None, does its job perfectly.
This plug is great, It is made of durable, bright green plastic that refs can see and it's easy to clean. The orings ensure a tight fit so it's safe and secure. It has a groove to let out air/paint if you accidentaly fire or dryfire. It has curved "wings" so it's easy to put in and take out of the barrel.
Spyder Xtra, Ricochet 2k, 20 oz CO2(with black bottle warmer), pmi razor barrel
It works, stops misfires
Hard to remove, heavy and bulky in pocket
I don't know how I came upon this plug back when I was a newb, but it served me well. I used it in many games, and usualy after some coaxing got it out of my .68 barrel before the game. I'm sure most everyone knows the eagarness you feel when the ref says to deplug, and get ready for the game, ocationaly at this time it was hard to get it out, but it always worked.
Works well, I used one when I first got into paintball and it worked just fine.
Plugs the barrel and is a bright color to let the refs know its in.
Slips right in the barrel and comes out with ease so you dont have to muscle it out. I havent been able to shoot it out even with the velocity on my marker up all the way. Its got a lanyard hole so you can put it around your neck so you wont lose it.
Its just another barrel plug that works just fine.