32* 16" terminator and a 14" cmi tru-flight(both decent barrels but nothin compared to the stone cold)
tippman c98:rt trigger,expansion chamber,12v VL revolution hopper,14 inch Taso Stone Cold 2 barrel,hyper star bolt and a 20 ouce co2
diablo,proball or any medium to small bore paintballs
this is the best barrel ive ever used
-accurate as all hell, i couldnt believe how accurate it was when i first used it, even with my velocity all the way up it still doesnt curve and if it does not that much
-looks really cool
-never ever breaks balls as long as u dont use brass eagle, but it only breaks those once in a while usually not much
i defiantely recommend this barrel to anyoe, normally an 80-90 dollar barrel and i got it for 65, just dont get it too big if your not a sniper because it will get in the way, i got he 14 inch and its the perfect size for me cause i play woods, this is a great buy defiantely recommend this too nyone!!
10 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, January 29th, 2005 at 6:17 am PST
Spyder TL plus, ESP Electronic trigger, 20" Stone Cold II barrel, VL3000, remote and 24 oz co2
Diablo, RPS All stars, Adrenalin ball from II sports.
It is a great shot. at med to short range. I was playing a Town game where I got pinned down in a second story building. I couldnt get out because the other team had the exits blocked. One guy was thinking of rushing me from a few building away, and I took two shots. On the first shot it traveled through two windows and into the door frame where he was and hit him square in the knee. the second shot hit where his kneee was. He was out.
the other guy popped his head out for a quick look with a fast three round burst I got two gogg. shots and the second smacked the door frame next to his hand.
SOOOO long! Good luck playing woods or close quarters!.
Get it, I use this for my back bunker fire support in Speed ball, and snipe when I get in good positions in the mid bunkers.
Ok. I don't know crap about this gun. I have never used it. BUT, just to make life easier for you, I will tell you what practically every review in here will (to save you a lot of time). Just look at the conclusion.
If it is a 14 or 16, aint no bads at all. If longer, most people said that it helps accuracy and distance a little, but the extra length is annoying.
Ok. The majority of people on this site will tell you the same thing: the barrel is great. It is VERY accurate - like through a circular hole with a diameter of 2 inches at about 40-50 yards! It also has great range and is very quite. Most people have had very few breaks with a large veriety of paint. It also looks really cool ( as most people say). I plan to buy this barrel, but like I said before, everything that I have said is based on what I have read.
Have a Spider shutter Java, ESP grip frame, Stone cold II 17in, 9vt revolution hopper, 20 oz co2.
I have played a few games with it and like it. I have a 17 in and i think it is really great accuracy. In the past 2 games i have used it, i have shot 3 people in the mask from about 30 yards out. I have used around a case of paint and not one ball has broken either. I also like the different sizes for the barrel. I would recommend this barrel. It is great and for a good price.
Nothin at all.
i think this is a good barrel and you dont have to spend alot of money.
i have a 20" stone cold big stick, an expansion chamber pmi remote, gas thru stock and a 20oz CO2, tasco EZ01 sight
i recomend rps marbleizers or rps slams
this arrel is damn intimidating, i also love how acurat it is. i have a 20" and it is the best upgrade i have ever bought. this barrel is so quiet and i would recommend it to anyone who is or wants to be a sharp shooter
there is nothing bad about this barrel it is awsome
this is a great upgrade for all you sharp shooters out there but if you do decide to get this upgrade make sure you have a sight and an expansion chamber
PB Drop forward
PB x-core expansion chamber
double trigger/double trigger guard.
full boar shadow
Great barrel. Borrowed my friends today. at one point, i was on a kid's right, and he had a pump! so i did a little snap shooting, shooting one ball each time. there was a small tree about 2" wide right in front of the kid, and i shot a total of 5 balls at him before the 6th hit him. i walked towards the exit, and noticed the small tree. it had been hit 5 times, all hitting within 2" of each other.
a little long, but i suppose you could get a short one.
Sometimes it might get a little long, but i only play woods ball so its not a problem for me at all.
All i got to say is that everybody that says that the length compromises accuracy and speed doesnt know what they're talking about!! Its simple physics! the longer the ball is in the barrel, the more it will speed up because of the longer contact with the co2. You're gonna get more velocity out of your co2 burst. It'll improve speed and distance. A longer barrel also guarantees that the ball will spend more time straight, and spinning with the spiral ports, so it will obviousy be at least a little more accurate than shorter barrels. I'm not saying its an awesome improvement over shorter barrels in accuracy, but it definately doesnt make it LESS accurate!! I would definately guarantee this barrel to anybody that loves sniping and playing woods. Its awesome!!
Awesome accuracy and quietness. i have the 20" mounted on my GT Commando 2 *very accurate gun to start with* and now it's one of the best sniping guns i've used. i have mounted a 42mm red dot scope and the gun is zero'd at 40 yards. got one guy in a 12"x12" hole at 50 yards in one game. put over 2 cases of paint through it so far and not one break *rbs big ball and marblizer*.
it's flat out long. after putting it on my commando with the stock of the gun it's almost 3 feet long. but in my game i don't do the spray and pray method much so i take my time with positioning and shots. though i have used it for speedball and it's just as accurate, just have to remember it sticks out quite a bit.
great barrel, if your a sniper of any sort this is an excellent way to increase your accuracy and stealthiness. one tip to anyone, rain-x your barrels!!! i learned of this trick a while back, just apply some to a paper towel on the end of a stick squeege and rub in the barrel, make sure to get all residue out. i've found that normally even if you get a ball break just shoot a few rounds through and it'll clear itself. even though this is a rather specialized barrel i'd reccomend it to anyone, good buy.