Inexpensive, accurate, and great range. I use it on my spyder compact 2000 and it shoots 100 times better than the stock barrel. It looks cool and it is very quiet. I have had barely any breaks at all. 1 out of 2000 rounds.
Loses accuracy it far distances (as with most barrels), it has large bore holes making it slightly harder to clean, but luckily you rarely have to clean paint out of it.
I used the 12 inch barrel on a spyder compact 2k, using team colors paint, this barrel compares to the flatline and I is definently worth the 60 bucks it cost.
I bought the 12in. I like it, it shoots straight and it's short making it easy to play tight. It is also an inexpensive barrel.
This barrel does not shoot clean very good. it is best to take a squeegie on the field with you because it takes several shots to get this barrel to shoot straight after a break. Also the vent holes in the barrel are rather large so when you do have a break a ball those holes fill
I have used this barrel on my Tribal BBT and also my 2K cocker, I think it works best on the cocker. This barrel seems a little tighter than most medium bore barrels but it shoots medium paint good. I use mostly PMI Premium and I have very few breaks with it. I would definately recommend this barrel to anyone on a tight budget. It does what it was designed to do and does it very well.
The Taso eliminator barrel has money pluses. To start with you can easily find it cheap online. I paid about 30 fo rmine and is very accurate, has a shot range of 8in wide from 30 yds. with rp scherer premium paint. Overall this barrel is worth the money. Works great with spyders
the inside can be scratched, but that is with all barrels
I have used this barrel for about a year now on my spyder and it has always been consistant. The taso eliminator is worth the monwy and works great on a spyder.