indian creek design bushmaster series BKO, dye stickey grips,stone cold 2 big bore, gravity fead, and 700 psi input gauge.
all of them Iv had no problems at all iv used good and bad quality and they all worked fine.
Breaks down and cleans easily, very accurate, shoots straight, its helpful when in the snake
None realy I have no problems with it
Its the best barrell i've ever owned, its very quiet , very acurate I dont chop paint very often but when I do its very easy to clean it. because it breaks down into three pieces it is very easy to store. I would recommend this barrel to anyone who plays paintball because it is just a finamanal barrel.
I would recommend this barrel to anyone who plays paintball because it is just a finamanal barrel.
Dangerous Power Fusion
Raptor Rex Air System 68/4500
Large bore barrel so paints not a issue
Straight rifling, great for beating your team mates with!
You need a really good squeegee.
I love this barrel! its by far the best barrel ive ever owned. It can also be used to hit people with on long car trips and tourneys. the only thing I wish is that this barrel was a/c threaded. but ohh well. its dead accurate also if I didnt have a choice for a barrel kit I would choose this barrel any day. if I could make it fit my gun. def. buy it!
Great barrel I wish you could find them easier though. grab one if you find it.
Beat your team mates with it also!
10 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, May 6th, 2007 at 7:10 pm PST
GT-2000 with an ACI Subzero 4-stage expansion chamber; Taso Stone Cold 2 barrel; 9-volt Revolution hopper; Dye sticky grips.
Draxxus preferred, but any decent paint will do. The barrel is not picky on paint, just don't get Wal-Mart cheapies.
Quiet, accurate, good C02 dissipation. 3-piece design looks cool.
Barrel too long when crouching in the bushes. Difficult to clean.
This barrel, in the 3 years I have used it, has only disappointed me a few times. It is too long sometimes and you stick it in the dirt, but this is overlooked by it's accuracy and quietness. I shock people with how quiet it is: the only thing you hear is the bolt on the gun moving back and forth. The C02 dissipation is very good, even in below freezing temperatures.The barrel is difficult to clean when you break a paintball as it is 20" long, but at least it breaks down into 3 pieces so it's not as difficult as if it were a one-piece barrel. You can use the first piece alone as a speed-ball barrel and it works great. Good barrel.
I recommend this barrel to woods ball players, as a very quiet and accurate barrel; and although it can be a bit long, it works well and doesn't fail you, Very rugged - a nice piece.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, February 6th, 2007 at 11:55 am PST
This barrle all in all is a great product but i have recently upgraded to auto cockers soo i dont use it any more if i could find the barrle that would fit a cocker then i would buy it in a heart beat this thing rocks every one if u have a chance to buy it do ti its worth the money
Palmer Micro Rock
Stone Cold II
Dead on Drop Forward
Psycho Ballistics Starfire Bolt
Metal Power Tube
Dye Stickies 3
GTA Double Trigger
20 oz CO2
Nelson Special Forces
Nelson Hot Spot
(It will take almost anything you have.)
First I'll explain what I mean by fitting. I got a 98 about 3 years ago for Christmas (very excited), and with it, I got this barrel. Now the first thing that I did was disassemble the gun just to see how it worked. When I put it back together, I decided to put the Stone Cold II on. After I finished putting the gun together, I couldn't get the barrel to go in.I was not very happy about this. I then discovered that if I loosened the halves, I could easily screw it in. To people who have 98's, this is a blessing and a curse. Because of this , the barrel is never going to unscrew itself after you tighten the halves back down, but if you chop a ball, you have to take the hopper feed neck off to run a squeegee through it.
I have now been using the barrel for 3 years. It scares people to see how accurate and consistent it is (especially on a 98). It also has a nice porting scheme. The porting is arranged in V's down the side, and the closer you get to the end of the barrel, the closer the ports get to each other. This makes it extremely quiet. Now length can be an issue for some people (not me). The longer it is, the more quiet your gun will be. I have a 17" barrel, and I am thinking about going to the 21". The only downside to the length is that people laugh at me when the first see the barrel, that is until they see me in the back stand-up picking their teammates off. Also I mentioned earlier that it is a pain to clean out, but that is only if you break a ball which, for me, is not very often.
On top of how well it performs, the barrel just looks cool. Go out and get it, the only thing you'll want after is a different length for different styles of play.
gta sniper barrel- almost as good
sp proggressive-- not as good distance wise
tippmann stock barrel-- not even gonna say anything
dye ultralite-- for rec ball i wuld still use the taso
--98 custom 18" taso stone cold 2 or 14" gta sniper barrel or 16" sp progressive chrome front grip tasco sight rail W/ crossman sight double trigger lightened tirgger pull gas through stock w/ remote rocket cock rear velocity adjuster starr fire bolt & halo tsa--
draxxus or pmi
its very accurate, and very intimidating.
with teh barrel cover on it almost scrapes the ground
its a very good barrel, i dont know hoe much it cost regularly, i got it in a giant trade, but its my new favorite barrel. its not teh best for a front man, its a little long occasionally chops when you fire really fast, but ive only chopped twice and i shoot over 13 bps
This barrel is on eof the best barrels you can get for your tippman. As an added bonus, it shoots cheap paint extremely well! I shot big balls and pmi standards at least 1000 shots and I have had no breaks or chops so ar. Also It is so quiet that it's like having a sliencer put on your gun. THe biggest strenght is its accuracy. I can jsut hide out in the woods and snipe veryone while tye have no idead where im shooting from because it is so quiet. THe lapco bigshot was only better because it was easier to manuever with it. Howeer, the accuracy was much worse. THe J&J ceramic was the only barrel that came close to the taso.
The taso stone cold 2 is just the ultimate sniping barrel.
Get this barrel if you have a tippman!!! THis is the BEST barrel for sniping!
at the time I carried a spyder with all kinds upgrades. It just kept jamming and leaking so I switched to a M98.
This is The most accurate Barrel I've ever seen!! You can really reach out and touch someone! The only flaw is that th ebarrel is too picky. you can't get away with anything less than RPS paint. even then I found that you'll break an occaisional ball. once a ball breaks youre screwed. This always seems to happen at the worst possible time. Of course one must bear in mind that I had the 20" version, and the shorter barrels will be more reliable.
If you play in the woods like me then this barrel is pretty good (It's demoralizing forthe other team when you shoot them from far away). but you can't count on it to work when your firing fast ie when your bunkering someone. so i would advize users to carry their stock barrel just in case.
Taso Stonecold II Barrel, 20 oz C02, Viewloader 2000 Loader
I haven't had any problems with this barrel yet, no breaks what-so-ever. It shoots fairly accurate too. It is also a cheap barrel at around $60. Get 14" or less or it will get in the way. It is also easy to clean because it is a 3-piece barrel (Althought I don't quite know why).
There ARE better barrels out there, but for a good price this one performs perfect. I would recommend it if you have a low budget.
I would recommend it, because it is cheap and performs very good. I will give it a 10 because it is a good barrel for it's price.