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).
The Smart Parts All American Barrels are newer, so they should be commonly available, both new and used.
02 shocker 4x4 with a maxflo 88 4500 tank and empire loader
marbilizer, definitely marbilizer
Shoots pretty good usualy . looks pretty good.
tends to chop paint in the second part of the barrel.
It came stock on my shocker. I think its a pretty good barrel, although after seeing it perform I would not pay to put one on my gun. As said above it does look nice and isnt too loud. shoots pretty good except for those chops in the second part, maybe if you replaced it with a freak front that would take care of it.
consider saving up for a better barrel like a pipe or a boomstick, but its alright if not a little overpriced.
Tippmann A-5 with r/t, DOP bottom block adaptor, PMI Perfect cradle, ACI Bulldog II 68/4500, Dye Rhino tank cover, 12" Smartparts AA, 14" Dye Boomstick, 8" Lapco Big shot, RVA. Tippmann F/A. Tippmann Pro lite.
Anything works great they dont have to match the barrel size. I use Blaze and any RPS paints.
It's the lightest barrel I have ever used, it is one of the coolest looking barrel with the spiral porting. The finish of the bore is like a mirror. Of every barrel I have heard it is the quietest so far even makes my A-5 hush hush. The price is great just like the quality... as good as it gets. I can shoot any paint even if the paint is smaller than the bore and it still shoots straight every time, no wild balls whipping out sideways.
This is the barrel to own if your looking at a few different barrel choices. I have 3 top of the line barrels (Dye Boomstick, AA and the Lapco Big shot) this one is the best bar none of the 3.
J & J Two Piece
Tippmann A-5 with Smart Parts AA with Freak Front, Sure Shot sight 20 ounce
CCI Phantom gravity feed with with 45 Grip frame and sure shot sight
Marbs, Evil, PMI Premiums(not as good as Marbs and Evil But still good) Super Swirls work pretty good if you need a cheap convienient paint.
Incredibly ACCURATE, two pieces, can use many paint, Quiet
To start out this barrel is just awsome. The accuracy is superb, when you shoot them they never curve even when while dropping they never loose any accuracy, It's pretty quiet, It's sexy as hell. I was about 100 feet from a 3inch wide tree. I fired 4 four shots and inspected my shot grouping. 3 of my shots were all within a 1 inch grouping and the other was about 4 inches to the right and hot a different branch. and that was with superswirles.
I highly recomend this barrel to any paintballer who can afford it. My friend has an ultralight which in my opinion is just as good as the AA.This is a excellent barrel in which all paintballers should have the joy of shooting. You will not be dissapointed
Tippmann 98 E w/ 14" Smart Parts Tear Drop Barrel, 32 Degrees Shark Drop Forward,
X-Chamber, Revolution 12 volt.
32 Degrees, Diablo, Nelson, not Brass Eagle or Zap
Very Accurate, Light, Quietens your gun a little, no broken paint
I've only tested this barrel after I got my Tear Drop and it's even more accurate, but I'm not gonna get another barrel for along time.
No Broken Paint: 10
This gun is frickin great!! Getting this barrel for Tippmann 98 or A-5 will raise your accuracy so high. I don't know about Spyders but this barrel has what yoou really need.
I'm not gonna buy it, cause I just got my Tear Drop and the accuracy is almost the same, well kinda exactly the same. I'd get this if i didn't have the Tear Drop.
rear velocity adjuster
14" 2002 all american barrel with freak front
anything rps exceot big ball
can easily change front or back of it
This barrel is great. It's accurate, light, and doesnt cost a fortune. And if you want to upgrade to a freak, all you have to do is buy a freak back instead of buying a whole new barrel. Just don't use crappy paint like brass eagle or anything.
Great barrel for anyone who needs a good barrel but doesnt have a giant pile of money.
Spyder TL Plus, 16in all american barrel,remote,4+1 pack and a 20oz tank
extremely accurate 2000 balls fired none broke
curves balls if velocity is over 290
This barrel was a dream come true after my first paintball game with my stock barrel. it works really good out of my tl plus but a lot of my friends tried it on there other guns such as a spyder classic ,m3 black dragon, and a triton and it didn't perfrom well out of any of them.
great barrel for anyone that gets pissed off when all their balls do is curve. not the most quiet but 1/2 as loud as stock. get this barrel if ur a beginner!
Air America 114/4500 REX tank
Coiled and braided remote
12" All American Barrel
Flurry Industries Ultrabak Vest
I use marbs and draxxus, all paint seems to work fine with this barrel
Easy to clean
One piece, sharp at the back where it goes into my mag
This barrel is accurate and quiet. Its easy to clean (no, you dont need a little brush), just put a plug in or cover the bore with your hand and dry fire. I can shoot across my speedball field, and I can play woodsball and shooting doesnt give you away. The only complaint I have is that when I ripped the barrel out to squeegee(before I bought LX), the hole where the feed goes into caught my hand. It cut a nice gash, and probably broke some paint. That night, I took som 300 grit sandpaper and went around the hole, and never had another problem. It is very light but durable and good looking.
I love this barrel. Theres no better barrel for less (35-40). I highly suggest it unless you have a few hundred bucks to blow on a freak, empire, or pipe barrel kit.
friends stock cocker barrel on. Cheap 20 dollar barrel for spyder shutter
custom made autococker with all the best upgrades on it (Palmer's pneumatics, dye guage, shocktech swing trigger, ect.). 16" AA Barrel, 114 3000 nitro tank, 12v revvy hopper
i don't know
48 holes (I counted, lol)
sweet jewel logos
threads (see review)
hard to get on and off cocker cause of pneumatics
I haven't even use this barrel yet and im disappointed. It looks nice and all, but it has some problems. The threads where the two pieces screw together are kinda small and easy to strip. My main problem is screwing it onto the gun. It went on just fine most of the way, but about 3/4 the way in it stopped turning. At first i thought it was bottoming out, but if i tried really hard it still turns. Then if u unscrew it it goes back on easier. I almost got it all the way, and now I cant get it any further, plus its stuck. I cant get the damn thing off my gun. I think it might just be an ugly duckling and the barrel is usually good. Its pissing me off pretty bad. Other than that major problem it looks like its gonna shoot really accurate and quite. I haven't seen a smoother bore to a barrel.
The screw problem is pissing me off pretty bad so im gonna give it a 7. It deserves it. I tried for like 2 hours to get the barrel on the gun, and its still not all the way on. I doubt they all have this problem so u might rate it higher. Id say get one, just hope its not bad one that doesn't fit.
tippman pro carbine
2002 all american barrel with a 14inch all american front, 10inch freak front
combat feed (gets rid of the fore-grip)
lapco double trigger
lightend trigger pull with adjustable stop
custom trigger guard
aci 8 stage expansion chamber(angled 15degrees foward)
you can switch out the fronts
could be a lot more accurate
this barrel is very quite because of all the porting. It isn't as accurate as the boomsticks or the dye aluminumns though. But its shot grouping isn't bad either. the biggest problem with this barrel is that it seems like it drops a little faster than some other barrels I've used.
This isn't a bad barrel but for 80$ it could have been a lot better. I would reccomend you save a little more and get the new dye ultralights that are two peice.
Spyder sonix, 12v revy, AA 14" freak front, benchmark 45 frame, nitro duck 47 ci
any rps or pmi
Dead accurate, doesnt chop a lot, 2 peices, very quiet
its expensive of course( all good barrels are)
Its one of the best barrels out there, its just like a freak but u dont have to run paint through all of those sleeves. Its pretty lightweight and doesnt chope very much but if it does your screwed so always have a squeegee with you when u play with it.
The best bang for your buck out there. I reccomend it to any body that plays woods so you can hide and pick people off( its that accurate).