Unquestionably the most technically advanced precision-machined barrel system ever designed. Every back half in the set is measured three times for accuracy and engineered to greatly increase the performance of your marker and game. This powerful combination promotes reduced friction and increase the accuracy level of your gun tremendously.
The J&J Performance Full Tilt Ceramic is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
Triumph TL 35 Loader
14"JJ Ceramic Full Tilt
Just Started on my new ICD Lasoya Promaster
Easy to Clean
hard to find the product
Some people don't like that quiet
shows wear quickly
I love this barrel. Great for anything you need, and what could be better for a barrel then accuracy. Shot a TON of different paints with it as was happy with most. Breaks were easy to clean and accuracy didn't drop off after them.
My only real complaint is the fact of how easy it is to mark up the outside of this barrel. Mine now being 5 months old looks like its been through a way (ok, it has) Not a single drop off in preformance though which why I am not taking off points for it.
GREAT barrel, and worth the upgrade over the regular Ceramic, go buy 2!!!
Well I ordered this barrel from a webstore and a week later still didn't have it. So I called the customer service number and was told it was out of stock. Needless to say I was pissed because I had a scenario in three days and was looking forward to trying it out. So I called J&J performance directly and had it in two days...thanks to UPS 2nd day air!
Well I own a Dye UL and a Lapco Bigshot (two of my favorites) and this Full Tilt is my new favorite. It shoots straight every time and after about 12000 paintballs shot through the full tilt I have yet to break a ball...but I do hear that it shoots through breaks very well. I'm a milsim guy and this barrel looks mean....the finish matches the A5 perfectly!
For the price you cannot beat this barrel....if you're looking to get a new one...this is the right choice!
Looking for a new barrel??....here's a great choice....price, accuracy, and looks....that's what matters in a barrel...and this one gets 10 out of 10!
Scorch,JT USA Recon,Marbs.,El Tigres and almost any other decent paint. No brass eagle for obvious reasons.
Accurate,quiet,easy to clean, self cleaning(sometimes),price.
Horrible if it can't clean itself good after a ball break.
This is easiest the best barrel for the price. Only about $50 and you get dead on accuracy easily for up to40 yards.Me longest kill I had was with it at about 80 yards pushing it to the limits,yeah I know saying the gun can't shoot that far. Well it helps wen your on the top of a hill and it easily added another 30 yards or more on to the shot or lob.Overall this barrel has been great for me. Had games at Albany Paintball getting 14+ kills in Assualt game all cause of the accuracy.
Great product and Great barrel. If can buy it right away wont let you down ever.
Tippmann Custom 98 Pro
14" J&J Full Tilt Ceramic
Ricochet G5 Gravity Hopper
LAPCO Stainless Steel Screw Set
D.O.P. Rocket Cock II
I normally shoot Impact. These seem to work well. Any regular bore paintball should shoot well.
Screws in stiff
Isn't a kit (though I think edge backs work)
I've used this barrel on my Custom Pro for a few games now and it's really done me well. I don't really rip obviously, because I'm shooting a mech blowback, but it puts paint on paint. I sometimes use a red dot and it really does allow me to sight at short to medium range. It was expensive for a single barrel, but you do get what you pay for. Teflon impregnated ceramics mean you can shoot any breaks clean (though I didn't have any), and also a consistent and smooth bore.
All in all, this barrel is definitely worth getting if you're looking for a solid well performing barrel, and don't have a buttload to spend.
Nothing really wrong with it. 9 for almost perfect!
Basically all the popular hyped up barrels, and they
are a piece of crap compared to this.
A-5 with J&J full tilt, soon to be upgraded to the max
Definately Evil. My friend and I have tested many diffent kinds, and we find evil stacks the best. Next up would have to be marbs. However, make sure you use orange evil because they are a bigger bore and fit this barrel better.
(EDIT 12/31/06) ) Just recently, have found that you can only shoot evil with an enhanced bolt and powertube, otherwise the a-5 is too powerful with this soft paint. (It does however work beautiful in my phantom) So I should assume that from now on to shoot marbs, and chronic seems to not pop with it. (1 out of 1000 will pop)
This barrel is incredibly accurate. After paintballing for many years and using all kinds of barrels, this is pretty much the best you can get, it will laser at 50 feet. You will be very happy with this barrel. I sleep with it every night and kiss it. This barrel is very intimidating to look at, especially at 18 inches. I noticed people were giving it looks on the field, with wide eyes and I knew what was going on in there head. It has really improved my game, and it will be even more accurate when I upgrade my A-5's internals. This barrel lives up the hype you may have heard about it.
A barrel is the first upgrade you sould get for your gun. And this is that barrel. It's the best I have ever shot. There is probably something better out there, the Special Ops C-Series barrels maybe but no one has reviewed those yet. Otherwise this beauty deserves a 12 but unfortunately I can only do a 10.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, December 31st, 2006 at 5:03 pm PST
Mostly stock setups
Tested: UL, Pepperstick and a Hammerhead and the J&J is equal or better (preference)
Tippmann Custom Pro ACT
J&J 16' Full Tilt Ceramic
The best you can buy
PMI Premiums-alright (bad-batch)
RPS Polar Ice- don't buy
Zap Amp-shot well INDOORS then started chopping and inaccurate outdoors
Monsterballs-use them for 'Spray n Pray' tactics
Other Wal-Mart stuph
Accurate w/ correct bore-match
It can be scratched (cosmetic)
Feels fraglie, but isn't
Well, i knew that before i got anything else for my 98, a barrel was no-brainer. I did my research, saw only great reviews for this barrel. I tested it on my backyard, bought about 3-bags of different brands from wal-mart and it all were pretty darn accurate, can hit a small tree from about 50-60ft. 8-10x *the paint was also cheap, cuz its wal mart duh* I think the bore size is .689, but there are other bores. Its quiet too, if you have a quiet, low-pressure set up that is. But it does noticably reduce noise on my Tippie. When i'm using crap or old paint or both the balls tend to break naturally butit will shoot thru breaks quite well. The price, is very good, got it for $60, but it could be cheaper on Ebay *i just got it @ a dealer cause of his discounts* Now, u can buy different fronts and backs, like green back, and black front, but the matte-black looks nice on a 98.
**edit** And also the back, can be used as a short barrel too. I took off the front, and now have a close-quarters barrel. Its really loud, and good accuracy/range ( in CQ or course) So when i feel like getting close and rushing, i always play with the back.
Its a very good barrel @ a very reasonable price. I'll be planning on getting some extra backs when i get some more cash.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, October 3rd, 2007 at 2:39 pm PST
98c stock barrel: That thing is horrible. If you can play good with that then you r a beast.
SP terminator 14'': ok barrel for 30 bux
SP teardrop: not quite as good as the full tilt.
Black 98 custom
tippmann expansion chamber, pure energy coiled remote, J&J full tilt ceramic.
I used Zap Extreme Sport
Any medium bore paint
VERY IMPORTANT EDIT!!!!: Zap isn't a good choice, use a larger medium size paint
Visible impact worked well for cheap paint.
Check other reviews too, maybe someone else found a perfect match.
-Cheap for some reason
-Kinda hard to screw in, but thats good too
-My friends will be mad
Ok first off this barrel is very quiet, so quiet i was able to shoot it at 11:00 at night and not make my nieghbors dog bark, and he's loud. Quietness gets a 10. Now since I was shooting at night I couldn't see what happened to the balls, only that they hit (which i could only hear) or that they missed (only hearing). I was shooting at a 1.5' by 3' archery targetand so it took a while to get out all of the balls that got stuck in the target folds. With a 1.5' by 3' target at exactly 75' ( I did measure that) i shot 50 balls and got 40 hits. 4/5 hit ratio is very good considering that I can be blamed for some of them with it being night and just messing up my aim. I also noticed that my paint was kinda the right size, but if it had been a wee bit bigger it would have worked a lot better. Any medium, maybe large bore paint that doesn't cost $25 for 2000 should work very well. Accuracy is a 10. This is a very sweet looking barrel, and will look even better on my gun once i get my car stock on. I am mostly a woodsball/scenario player but i would recommend this for speedball to (in the 14'' length). And for some wierd reason this barrel was very cheap for its performance, i got it for $45 off the internet and it is definitely worth it. I think I might actually like the fact that its tough to screw in. That may only be cause it's new, but at least it won't come undone.
When I play a full day with it I'll give you a better review, and tell you how it is against the "flatline".
EDIT:::::::: I played with it today and it wasn't doing very good with : JT tac Balls, or Zap rec sport. However when I used some visible impact balls on my gun, they are bigger, it was doing very well and it self cleaned like it should. It shot ropes 8/10 with like a velocity of dang 170. This is sooooooo low because i had been using a remote, but the o-ring broke and when I took off the remote I lost so much expansion room that I lost 110 fps on my shots. The ropes i shot at were sort of far away ( I estimate around 75 feet), maybe this is normal.
This barrel rox, just have to find the right paint-to-bore match. About as accurate as a flatline, although maybe not as much distance, but you don't have to pay $100 either.
You do not get what you pay for with the J&J full tilt, you get much, much more
Awesome, this barrel is. Buy it you must. Hit your target it surely will.
Look for an update on my review so I can tell you more, and please please rate this review.
EDIT: Awesome barrel, gogged 8 people in one day, as a back player
10 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, November 11th, 2006 at 7:23 pm PST
SpYder Pilot '05/Rocking Trigger/Blue Halo B w/drive/32 degrees exp chamber/shocktech feedneck/J&J Ceramics Barrel/Pure Energy Remote/Pure Energy 20oz Co2:(
NOT STINGERS OR BAD PAINT IT WILL RUIN YOUR BARREL
Accurate,Nice Looking,Ceramic coating
Scratches easily, inside and outside,barrel back cut me very sharp.
I used it for my first time and got it brand new for a sorta cheap 48$, i went to the field and i didnt have much money so i got white box paint, horrible idea. altough it shot niceley, say bye-bye to ceramic coating. at the end of day i was hella steamed because of it only use permium paint! my barrel actually shoots good still, but i can tell hte barrel got the hell scratched out of it.
If you want this barrel be careful with the paint you use! its quite an actual good barrel worth the money but for a little bit more you could get better.even though it looks liek a really nice looking barrel
-Great barrel for the price
-Shoots well through breaks
-Scratches on hard surfaces
My first thought when I screwed the thing into my marker was “wow, this is definitely the lightest barrel I have ever felt”. If your one of those “light marker freaks”, pick up this barrel. It also delivers in performance. It is the best barrel you can get for its price, in my opinion. It has great accuracy and decent range [at least with the 14” variety I have]. One of the best and most unique features of this barrel is its “self cleaning” feature. It is not necessarily “self cleaning” like J&J implies, it still has to be squeegeed and maintained. However, it does have an uncanny ability to fire through chops with out losing almost any accuracy. You can walk onto the field with total confidence in your barrel.
Lastly, the thing looks sick. It’s unique shape, and “pointed” porting looks pretty darn cool. People will ask you what kind of barrel you own. A lot.
Great performance all around. Cost friendly. Ability to shoot through chops. Good looks. Whats not to like?
9 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, January 28th, 2007 at 6:39 pm PST
I have tested the all american, ( about the same ). I have used the stock barrel on my pilot,( does not even compare).
diablo wrathHalo B crossfire steel 3000psi tank.
I would have to say that anything in the draxxus family will work quite well. Preferably Hellfie, Inferno, but draxxus rec-sport will do just fine.
Great Accuracy. Tough ( not scratched or broken easily)
It will make some guns slightly louder.
I got this barrel expecting it to boost my accuracy slightly but not significantly. I was definitly WRONG. So the first day I go out to use it I notice it makes my gun a tiny bit louder. I also notice that I could put my paintball almost exactly where I wanted them! This was particularly significant because at the time I was using CO2! A few weeks later I got compressed air. With compressed air the performance was waaaayyyy better. My first day using this barrel with compressed air I litterally shot out once for every 4-5 times I shot out someone else! The thing that did bother me was the louder noise with this barrel.
Basically this barrel competes very well with all of the $150 barrels out there. Definitly worht the money. Before you play with this barrel warn all of your friends that they are going to shot out early. Great barrel for any price.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, July 1st, 2006 at 9:22 pm PST