Black magic LPR
Lapco Bigshot 12
Tippman drop forward
Revy Fully Upgraded
Centerflag Upraising Trigger
Almost long as a Broom LOL
This barrel is for a Bunker guy or a Sniper guy
If you are a camper this it the barrel for you
is not heavy
If you feed him sh%$#t thats what he is going to throw
if you feed him with a quality ball thas going to be a good quality shot
If you play woodsball and you have some wind it will get a right efect
* Lapco Bigshot Stainless Steel (I prefer this over my stealth)
* PMI Razzor (almost same quality as stealth, but I prefer the shortness of the Razzor over my 16" stealth)
Spyder TL plus
Custom Products Flame Drop Forward
Lapco Bigshot Stainless Steel
Custom Trigger Job
Marbalizers for best results, PMI premiums for the budget guy.
* Decently accurate
* Whisper quiet
* Pretty durable although it takes scratches
* Balls swerve from time to time
* Not too great range
* Pretty dang expensive price tag (paid 80 bucks for mine)
Overall, a pretty decent barrel, but it doesn't compare to my Bigshot. Its range isn't the best, but its accuracy is ok. This barrel will send a paintball straight until about 30 yards, while my bigshot will send it 60. For a cheaper price tag, I'd say go with the Lapco. The Stealth wasn't worth the money. For its performance and my usage of better and cheaper barrels, I give the stealth a 6 (and 6 isn't bad, its still above average, it just isn't perfect.)
doesnt matter what paintballs you buy, they all fly straight and far. Awesome rifling, quiet, less obvious than chrome barrels, dank.
uhh, mine didn't come with a barrel o ring (tippmanns have these to keep the barrel from coming unscrewed which would inevitably happen otherwise because Tippmann uses the quick release threads) so I had to get the one off my old barrel. Really nothing bad about the barrel though.
Nice barrel, accurate, light, basically its the deal.
extremely accurate (when its clean) and it looks good
breaks paint easily, poor accuracy when not clean.
This barrel was great when i first got it, but it breaks paint quite easily, it is very loud, quite heavy, and virtually impossible to clean on the course and will not regain full accuracy until you run it under warm water. Every time I fired a shot, Everyone on the other team knew exactly where I was. This wouldn't be a big deal on a course, But when you are playing in the woods, This is not good at all. for the money, I would recomend the ACI zero gravity 13.5'' barrel. That barrel is about 25 bucks cheaper.
decent barrel for the price, but make sure you have a backup and don't plan on sniping with it. everyone on the field will know where you are after the first shot.
It works terrible on any spyder I've shot it on. I can't shoot 10 balls with out a break. I have a tricked out low pressure spyder and a SE and it doesn't work well on any of them. Doesn't work on any of my friends guns either. It's hard to clean with the rifling also. A 16'' is easiliy banged on bunkers and trees to.
I bought this barrel about 8 months ago for about $80. I've used about 12 different kinds of paint and have yet to find one that works well with this barrel. I've used everything from brass eagle (a big nono for all you newbies) to proball platinum. This barrel is not worth the price. It's to much trouble. I don't know what they shoot like on 98's and other guns but I know that if you buy one for a spyder you'll be using your stock barrel more than it. I recomend 32 degrees carbon fiber if you want to spend money and get a good barrel. I plan on selling my armson on ebay.
Sorry to all those out there that like this barrel
Would almost be worth it if I could use it to sodomize the idiot designer.
What can I say? Horridly horridly inaccurate. Breaks more balls than Paris Hilton.
I can only look at this one way-- Armson stole $80 from me. They are selling a product that doesn't even approach what it is claimed to do. In my first test with this barrel I set up a 5' x 7' board with a crosshair painted on it 20 yards from my shooting position. My stock barrel could group about 10 inches at that range. The Armson... COULDN'T EVEN HIT THE BOARD! Each and every ball came flying out at a totally random direction. Not a single round struck the board. Add on to that: the third ball I put through this barrel broke. Frankly, with the performance I've seen since then, I'm suprised it took even that long to see a ball break.
All I'm trying to say is this: If you can't return the barrel for full price, don't buy it. It is too much of a risk.
The best you can find because anything less will fly everywhere!
Rarely gets a ball out without breaking it
Finnish wears off quickly
I got the barrel from a friend so it was used for about a month or so before I used it. It worked for about the first 10-15 shots before the paint started to curve. I was using Marbilizer's so i was very suprised. After about another 50 or so curve balls paint unexpectidly started to break in the barrel. I used my friends gun with the barrle and nothignn changed. I put up with this terrible barrel only because i couldn't find the stock and I didn't have the cash to buy a new one. PLEASE DON"T BUY THE BARREL