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Number of Reviews: 1
Average Rating: 10.0 / 10
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-Upgrades your gun with the ultimate in mil-sim barrel designs

-Gives your marker a realistic M-16 look

-Easy to install

-Fits most barrels
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The Trinity Paintball Trinity Fake Silencer with Weavers are newer, so they should be commonly available, both new and used.
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Scattcatt Thursday, December 4th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
Products Used:
The barrel?
Marker Setup: Kingman Spyder MR1
ADCO Sure Shot
Apache Ricochet Hopper
J&J Performance ceramic barrel 14"
Pure Energy 3000 72CI
Trinity Fake Silencer with Weavers
Trinity M-4 Buttstock
Trinity Full Metal Feed Neck W/Clamp
BT Flashsight
Strengths: Very realistic military look
Good for gripping
Can attach accesories
Weaknesses: Can wiggle loose
Adds front end wieght
Review: Bought this baby from ActionVillage and I couldn't wait to put it on! it looks awesome on the barrel! It not only looked cool but the weaver rails allowed me to put a BT flashsight on the rail as well as a red dot sight. The only bad thing is that all these goodies at a lot of front end weight... with the air tank directly attached to the marker however, things get balanced out decently well.

The 3 hex screws allow for it to be attached fairly quickly, the only bad thing is that the screws are only on one end... so whatever room there is between the barrel and the "silencer" on the other end allows it to pivot... This can cause the hex screws to scratch the surface of your barrel (especially if it's a ceramic like mine...) you would want to be careful with ceramic barrels because if you tighten the screws too much you may break the barrel from stress. Best thing to do is probably wrap a layer of electrical tape around the mounting area to protect your barrel and add extra friction to the screws to prevent them from wiggling lose

**UPDATE**
With the use of electrical tape the problems cease to exist. Once I wrapped 1 layer of black electical tape around the base of my barrel I could tighten the hex screws much more tightly making the whole platform much more sturdy, so sturdy in fact that the front end will not move at all and now I have no risk of scratching my barrel ( the damage was already done however... the direct contact of the hex screws on my barrel did leave permanent damage, although not severe, it still left some pretty good groves where they had contact...)
Conclusion: If you're looking to upgrade your marker to the ultimate milsim look get this!! it fits pretty much all barrels!
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Saturday, December 6th, 2008 at 7:20 am PST
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