Comes in 12,14 and 16 inch lengths. It comes standard with a muzzle break and air rifling down the sides. It is lightweight & very accurate. Available in aluminum or chrome plated for the Maverick, Spyder, Tippmann models, Autococker or Raptor.
The 32 Degrees Terminator Barrel is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
spyder rodeo w/ esp trigger
32 degrees terminator barrel
extreme rage hopper
20 oz co2
none it really works good on most paint
Accurate, not loud doesnt brake paint at all
Ball travels a little slower than my 12 inch way more accurate
great barrel in my opinion i was standing about 50 to 70 ft away from a tree about 3 inches wide. I hit it 4 times in a row. and when i tilted it up a little and fired at another tree at full auto, i hit it 8 out of 10 times from 90 ft. away. improved my accuracy incredibly
great barrel, only thing you need is a good hopper and gun. The hopper i have isnt the best but it is fine to work with. 9 out of 10
9 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, January 9th, 2005 at 8:13 pm PST
98 custom w/ 32 degrees terminator barrel, double trigger kit, ACI sub - zero expansion chamber, PMI perfect drop, and a red Dye sticky grip
Any 32 degrees balls or any other type of ball will usually work
accurate, reliable, doesn't break balls often, and self cleaning
I think that this barrel is really accurate and it is affordable. it is also very rare for it to break balls and from what I can see it is pretty much self cleaning. I recommend this barrel for any type of gun and I think it is one of the best barrels on the market.
Buy this Barrel, because it is good and affordable
Whatever fits bore size, everything i tried worked great
Light, quiet, accurate, cool looking!
None so far
Only had barrel for about a week, but i already know its a great buy, The barrel is a huge improvement on the stock barrel that came on my rebel. The barrel looks great is quiet and very accurate, havent had any breaks yet, but it all depends on the paint, so you never know.
Great barrel, worth the $25 I spent on it, a great addition to any gun, and huge improvement to any stock barrel!
I had gotten this barrel from a used custom 98 purchase so it was unused until I lent it to a friend. During my observation time in the dead zone, I noticed him firing and I was amazed by how quiet the barrel was. I think it has to do with the immense porting in the front and sides of the barrel. It was as quiet if not more quiet than my spiral ported blazer barrel. As for accuracy, it was as good as any other barrel I've used. The balls go roughly where you aim the gun.
This barrel gives you a great low sound signature, above average accuracy and comes at a fairly low price compared to other barrels. That pretty much sums it up.
Spyder Victor Blue
32 DEGREES 14" Terminator barrel
(Soon To Add)
Xtreme Expansion Chamber
Chrome CP Lightning Drop Forward
KAPP On/Off Valve
I've only used paintballs from Galyans which seem to work great but I heard Diablos and Zap seem to work well
This barrel beats the heck out of the Spyder Stock barrel. Not only is it more accurate, but it also doesn't break paint...which is a good thing. There's nothin like going through a hopper full of paintballs w/o breaking any and not having to run a squeegee through it. I wish I could tell you how well it shoots through paint but I haven't had the chance to shoot through any...sorry. Anyways this barrel is a great investment for any gun. It's quiet, durable, and you can't ask for a better price ($30 on Ebay with Shipping) Can't Beat that!
Spyder TL +, up graded regulator, drop forward, 20oz, 2 12oz, Terminator barrel, and Custom 98 with Flatline, or Terminator barrel
I like super swirl, diablo, 32 degrees, pmi, or proball. I choose proball because they are so much harder, they NEVER break in your barrel. True, they do bounce alot, but if you hit somone, and they call "out", then your job is done no matter if they broke or not.
This barrel is extremely great quality for the money. I would choose this over any of the barrels that I mentioned above, except maybe the flatline because of the distance factor. (but what barrel competes with the distance of the flatline?) This barrel, out of all the ones that I've tried, does NOT break paint. I've shot at least 10,000 balls out of my termiator, and I havn't had 1 ball break. Believe it or not, I'm not lying. I've had lots of problems with the first barrel I owned (Razzor) and the Teardrop is really quite, but when you do break a ball, (which you will) it will not shoot straight at all. The nyte stykk is alright too, but again it does break paint. I was really suprised that one of the cheapest barrels on the market is also one of the best. I love the Terminator, and I now own one for each of my guns (sypder TL + and Custom 98).
The bad thing about this barrel is that I own one for each of my guns. Which kinda sucks, because when one of my friends use my Spyder, they use the Terminator and... *sigh* kinda sucks with that barrel against you. I'm thinking about hiding my Terminator when my friend(s) use it beacuse it backfires against you when somone is shooting AT you with it. Rarely misses the target.
Very nice barrel. I would definitely buy it. I'm buying a new Custom 98, and I'm thinking about buying the terminator for that gun too. I would definitely reccomend this barrel to everyone. Don't spend some $100+ dollars on a barrel. For some people, thats almost the price of your gun. True, you will get a good product, but this barrel can compete with any barrel on the market. I would seriously buy it.
-Average Quietness (If you want REALLY REALLY quiet get an ACI Combo Barrel)
-Superior Accuracy... 10 out of 10 shots hit a 8'x8' board...6 inch group
-Range is better than average...add about 20 yards to the griffin stock barrel
-Slick on the insides
Im not sure but I think its a small bore? i dunno...cleaning it can be a 5 minute job...I dunno if this is with any other people but my velocity had to be just right to get the perfects shots out of the terminator...no big hassle
Gun: Griffin TP
Paint: So far ive used only Brass Eagle, and PMI premium
Cost Wothiness: yes definetly...
I reccomend it to anyone who doesnt have got a lot of $$$ and wants a good worthy hard working barrel...count on it like the sun rises and sets