Its 12 inches long, has a .687" inside diameter, a stainless steel finish, and porting. Small paint is recommended. It is currently out of production, but can still be purchased used from various locations.
The Lapco Autospirit Stainless Barrel is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
Dye SS Boomstick
Dye Titanium Boomstick
J&J Brass, Stainless and Ceramic
Smarts Parts AA
2k Cocker, Chrome ANS Pneumatic, P&P Front Block, ERGO Reg, Dye Titanium Barrel, Nickel Lightning Bolt, Shocktech Chrome trigger frame, Kapp DZ Cradle, Nitro Duck 68/3K
Small bore like the last batch of Blaze that was made from Diablo.
Relatively cheap for a good quality barrel.
Accurate if matched to the right paint
Good for LP setup markers
Pretty easy to shoot through those occasional breaks
It's a Lapco
On the loud side due to the ports are only at the ends. But better for effecient LP markers, you don't waste the air through ports prior to exit. Standard barrel plugs don't fit, same goes for the BigShot (.689).
I've used the SS and Aluminum version of this barrel on an Autococker and found that it is very accurate with the right paint. For the money, you can't beat the quality of this barrel. The Muzzle is a bit of a pain since regular barrel plugs don't work so it's either a Lapco plug or a condom.
The Lapco barrel on my Automag is very accurate, but I think that has to do alot with the quality of paint. I try to stick with Proball, which seems to work well with this barrel. Its also very well machined. It looks like alot of time was spent making sure this barrel was perfect.
It is definitely heavy. But, its thick piece of steel. The Lapco is relatively loud, but that doesnt really bother me. I have other barrels if I want something quiet.
The Lapco has a bore of .687 ( I think!). This is considered small, so stick with small, high quality paint. I've been having good luck with Proball. Lapco only sells these in 11.5" lengths, so don't waste time looking for a 14 inch Autospirt.
You can find these barrels for $79.99 on the internet, which is a bargain, to say the least. This is a great, accurate barrel, and its CHEAP! Why spend over a hundred on one of those "trendy" stainless barrels when you can get one thats probably better for less?
I don't have anything really bad to say about the Autospirit. Overall, I think its a great product, and I'd recommend it to anyone.
Its accurate. Really accurate. Despite the small bore size, I've found that it shoots all types of field paint just fine. When you do have a brake in the barrel, it cleans out easy if you turn the gun upside down so that it is not feeding balls anymore and fire off some shots to blow the broken ball out.
Its heavy (what do you expect, its made out of stainless steel) & its loud.
I got the 11.5 inch and have used it on a piranha and a spyder. I recomend it for both guns.
terminator, all american which totally blows this one outta the water!
stock rebel deluxe, well except for my pull rod strut, thats my third one :)
anything thats pretty small, but not tooo small
its about as accurate as the all american, but with alot less range, i think its because of the drag without porting
REALLY LOUD, BAD RANGE compared to my stock rebel deluxe barrel and my all american
i say save up and get an all american or a boomstick, those are the only 2 piece barrels i've tried, they increase range and the accuracy is excellent
this barrel is really accurate, but its ONLY GOOD FOR SPEEDBALL i usually play in teh woods but i guess this would be ok for speedball, if you have a choisse though get the AA because its just as accurate and it is very very quiet