Bigshot, Teardrop, AA, Armson Stealth, Whisper, Quiet Riot, J&J 2-Piece, J&J Ceramic, Dye Boomstick, Freak, Titanium Boomstick, CCI Phantom, Zero-G One Piece, Graffiti, Carbon Fiber, Sniper, Night Styk, Flatline, Tippy Sniper Barrel, CMI Tru-Flight, X-Cel, Dye Ironman Series, Precision, Autospirit, Razzor, Big Daddy, Progressive, Stone Cold, Stone Cold II...I've used most barrels out there for my 98...
Well, the accuracy wasn't really lacking terribly (you'll hit what you aim at if the targt is man-sized from 20m I guess), and it's not excessivly loud...
Nothing really "bad", but there was notihng really good about it either...I would put my money in other directions...self cleaning properties don't exist either which was...disappointing
You're probably wondering how I used this barrel on my Model 98 Custom, aren't you? Simply put, I didn't, I used it on a barrowed TL+. Overall, this barrel is fair, nothing special, just another barrel...there's plenty of better places to put your hard earnedp aintball money...I expected something great when I played with this barrel, but alas, I was wrong...
Well its very acurate pretty silent it looks pretty cool. It can pretty much it whatever you want as long as it is in range. But it might take a few shots.
Well I realized that it brakes ALOT of balls! Actually it might be the paint I'm using which I think is team colors. Also both of the times i've tried it it was VERY cold outside.
Well its ok for its money but it breaks lots f balls! If you were going to get this barrel I would tell you not to. If your willing to pay another 10 or 20 dollars get a Dye Stainless. Or you might consider getting a Smart Parts Smart Stainless barrel. Thats also good.All in all you could get a better barrel I myself have a Spyder Shutter and the stock barrel breaks less balls. It only comes in 14 inches and its only for the Spyder Series.
If you have any questions e-mail me at DeAtHJoKeRR2K@aol.com
7 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, January 29th, 2005 at 8:01 am PST