The Snake Bit's short spiral of holes with the ring behind makes for good looks, but also controls the gun noise without sacrificing gas efficiency or accuracy. Comes in 10", 12" and 14" in .688 and .692 bore.
The Barrels of America Snakebite Barrel is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
It it's accurate, and ver cool looking on virtually any gun. I shoot a 10" on my STO. It seems to have very similar shot groupings as to my 10" Dye Al. If I had to pick one that was more accurate it would be the aluminum but not by much. I beleive they come in different bore sizes. There is a rebview about being .688 which really isn't that small if you ask me. I shoot Team Colors through it, that my teams practice paint and tourney paint for one of the leagues I'm in.
HEAVY!, for its size it will surprise you. A Weee bit loud. But thats about it.
Nice, worth buying, I only paid $65 for it, I'm friends with owner but I don't think I got a deal on it, if I did it wasn't a big one so if you're wondering they're around 65. But make sure you need it, you hrear all these reviews about how acurate they are. Make sure you can benefit from its bore size. Ok, later readers. Good Luck.
The barrel has a nice finish and the way that it is designed is pretty cool. I own a 14inch model and the accuracy is pretty good the range is average also. But of course there are some drawbacks.
This barrel one heavy piece of metal I use from time to time on my Y2K Autococker and If you don't learn to balance it the front of the gun will constantly tilt downward more and more as your arm becomes tired from supporting this thing. The bore is very small .688 and you must use .687 and below paint like proball, marbalizer, and paint such as if you don't then you will get paint stuck in the barrel and every ball will be chopped.
It's heavy, it's accurate, and the bore is small that's about it.