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Number of Reviews: 566
Average Rating: 9.5 / 10
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Suggested Retail Price: $95

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They are available for most markers in 12", 14", and 16" lengths. The All American Barrels are made in two sections, a front and a back. The back of the barrel (the part that screws into the marker) is available in three bore sizes (small, standard, large). The front of the barrel (the ported section) acts as a spinning chamber. The air in front of the ball is pushed out of the holes reducing turbulence and the gases behind the ball are vented in such a way to impart a slight spin on the paintball. The All American barrel has a front section with a larger bore than the back. Fronts are available in two standard colors (black & green) and 7 splash colors (shown above).
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The Smart Parts All American Barrels are newer, so they should be commonly available, both new and used.
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Unregistered User Tuesday, January 2nd, 2001
 
0 out of 5 people found this review helpful.
Strengths: Light, very quiet, and accurate. Excellent for woods games.
Weaknesses: Gas efficiency is poor, slightly innacurate compared to lapco's bigshot or dye's stainless.
Conclusion: I shoot a 14" and it has to be the most silent barrel I have ever heard. I play in the woods on a regular basis and when I shoot at people, the only thing they hear is the paint whizzing by their heads. Of course this varies from gun to gun, but on a 'mag it makes it dead quiet. Price is a little high for an aluminum barrel and the gun isn't quite as accurate as bigshot or Dye SS, but it is definately worth the cash if you play where you don't need to be heard. I have found that RP All Star shoots best, Diablo inferno and RP Marballizer very close behind. I gave it a 9 because of gas efficency and accuracy.
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9 out of 10
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Unregistered User Wednesday, December 27th, 2000
Strengths: i have had 2 all-american barrels and thay booth performed very well.i first had one for a tippman pro-lite.it perfromed very well.just yesterday i bought one for my piranha and i knew that it would live up to my standards.it shot very well all day.if you are going to get a new barrel this would be the way to go.i dont see why anyone would want any other barrel.this is just top of the line.if you buy any other barrel i feel sorry for you cause you are going to be sitting on the sidelines.....
Weaknesses: i have yet to find out.
Conclusion: my barrel is 12in.i use it on a pirranha.any paint will work well in it.even brass eagle!!!thats why i like it so much.for u people that like to buy vheap paint this is the barrel for you!do yourself a big favor and buy this barrel for yourself.people will be afraid to play you.
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10 out of 10
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Unregistered User Monday, December 25th, 2000
Strengths: I love this barrel! This is one or the first barrels that I had bought and it woorked great. Now that II am a more experanced player I would still have to say that I love this barrel! I have it on a VM-68, and I know that is not saying much but I love it so much II am going to get the same modle for my new much needed gun.
Weaknesses: I cant say much in this section, I like it so much but I would like it if it was alittle lighter and maby a bit longer, I like it long!
Conclusion: I would highly recomend this barrel for the biggener and the experenced, and in fact it you are going to get a barrel of any brand smart parts is the way to go! They will not stear you wrong!
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10 out of 10
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Unregistered User Monday, November 27th, 2000
Strengths: The marker makes less noise, accuracy was improved, less CO2 is used, the longer 16" barrel makes aiming easier, rarely does any paint break in the barrel and should a ball break its really not hard to clean.
Weaknesses: Kinda pricey and people tease me "could that barrel be any longer".
Conclusion: I use the all american 16" barrel on my tippmann 98. I own two 98s. I love PMI paint (marb or premium), but I have used other paint with great success. For 99 bucks I think the barrel is worth it. Go get one!
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9 out of 10
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Unregistered User Wednesday, November 1st, 2000
Strengths: Improved accuracy and a little more distance. The barrel is durable. Shot pattern tightens. Works ok with wrong sizes of paint.
Weaknesses: Is ported and like all ported barrels there not easy to clean but can be rinsed with hot soapy water. Cost may be a little steep.
Conclusion: This barrel is a good barrel. You should us RPS with it for the best performance. Depending on the bolt you may have better performance. Works well with venturi or low pressure bolts. I fastened mine to my Mephisto and it tottaly kicks. I found that even when I broke a ball my shot pattern stayed somwhat consistant partly because of the gun, but it was amazing. Of course if you do break to many balls which I do with my high ROF there will be no saving your shot pattern. I would recommend this barrel to anyone who is looking for a great barrel but wants to save $30 to $40 instead of the boomsticks. I would take this barrel over my boomstick in some conditions.
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10 out of 10
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Unregistered User Wednesday, October 4th, 2000
 
2 out of 9 people found this review helpful.
Strengths: The All American two piece barrels are quiet and have good accuracy. They come in three bore sizes and three lengths (I believe). The also have an assortment of splash colors, and basic black. They come in just about every thread pattern know. The interior finish is very smooth.
Weaknesses: They are; expensive, accuracy is not as good as most one-piece aftermarket barrels, the porting that makes it quiet also makes it consume gas at a faster rate, and the two-piece design makes it harder to clean and impossible to "shoot through" clean. The only part of the barrel that is guiding the ball is the initial stage, which is no more than 8" at best, the rest of the barrel just makes it quieter by venting the gas.
Conclusion: I had a 16" All American on a Spyder SE, and a 16" All American on my Phantom pump. I found medium bore paint worked well in this (med bore) barrel. I don't believe the barrel is worth what the going price is for it. It compares well with any other overpriced two-piece barrel out there (J&Js, Ironman, OTP, etc, etc.) and is cheaper than some (Titanium Boomstick for instance). I would not reccommend a two-piece barrel of any kind over some of the much less expensive, easier to shoot clean, more accurate one-piece barrels out there, such as the Lapcos, J&J Ceramics, Custom Products Classics, BOAs, or even the higer prices DYEs.
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6 out of 10
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