The All American Stainless Rifled Barrels are available in 14" lengths only. They all have the standard bore size (except for the Shocker & Autococker which are available in small bore by request only). In addition to the black, green, and splash color fronts, a stainless front(above, far right) is also available.
The Smart Parts All American Stainless Barrels are older, so while they may be available used and in a few cases new, they are not commonly available anymore.
-It is acurate
-it is a little quiet
-it is priced fairly
-It breaks paint too easy
-It wont shoot once the 1st paintball has broked
-It is a pain to clean
-It is very picky about paint, make sure you get a good size match
My friends lasted him a little over 2 years, that is pretty damn good. But last weekend it broke in half! The threadings for the 2nd half were stripped b/c of shotty craftmenship. Never was the barrel taken apart in 2 pieces so why would the threadings be stripped?! This is still a good barrel but the Big Daddy (though a bit more $$) kicks the crap outta it and looks way better.
Its quiet! Major improvement in accuracy if you match the paint right!
One thing I had to do was add an o-ring at the end of the barrel so it wouldnt come un-loosend.
This is a great barrel. It is quiet, accurate, and it looks great. When I say quiet, I mean quiet. I noticed major improvements in accuracy over the stock barrel. The green end of the barrel goes well with the gun. I have also noticed that if you dont match it with a paintball that is the same bore as the barrel, you will break a lot of balls. Mine is standard bore, and I have found that RP Sherer works great with it. If you have the right paintballs, this is a great barrel for anyone who wants major improvements in accuracy, and noise.