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Taso Stone Cold II Barrel
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Number of Reviews: 74
Average Rating: 9.5 / 10
Manufacturer Website: N/A
Suggested Retail Price: $80

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Aluminum barrel that comes in 18" and 20".
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The Taso Stone Cold II Barrel is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
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Unregistered User Wednesday, March 28th, 2001
Strengths: This barrel is the most accurate barrel I've ever shot! If your a sniper, I recommend the 20" barrel. It's extremely quiet and as I said also extremely accurate. The moment I shot it for the first time, I also noticed a big difference in distance too! It also looks very antimidating too! You will turn heads with this barrel. Not many people have seen a 20" barrel. I use it on my Spyder Shutter. I guess the Tippmann style of this barrel isn't as good. They all say it's very loud and not accurate. IT'S NOT THAT AT ALL FOR THE SPYDER!!! I got it for $74, and I think it could probibly out-shoot anything up to a $108 Dye barrel! It's well worth the price.
Weaknesses: I guess the only thing wrong would be how long it is. When your a sniper, length doesn't really matter too much because you don't move around much, but if your buying it for games which include lots of running and diving under bunkers and behind trees, I don't recommend it.
Conclusion: More accuracy, more distance, more impressive than a normal barrel. Well worth the price. Highly recommend!
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10 out of 10
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Unregistered User Saturday, March 24th, 2001
Strengths: This barrel is realy fun to show off. No too may have seen 20 inches of Metal at the end of a paintball gun. Whne its all nice and clean, it fires as accurate as the evolution, it so perfect. It also looks awesome. It can shoot just as far and straight as any barrel on the market.(execpt maybe the flatline :) ) For the amount of money that you spend on this barrel, its just an excellent buyi say.
Weaknesses: Its too freakin long to play speedball with unless your gonna stay back ansd try to snipe,then its fine. You sometimes bump it into the bunkers and stuff when pulling up to aim. and you gotta make sure hte ports are clean.
Conclusion: This is one kickass barrel. Awesome to showoff and awesome to play with
Rating:
10 out of 10
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mr_mich Wednesday, January 31st, 2001
Strengths: Very accurate. I painted my friends little brick gate thing from like 80 feet away. It's a pretty good price, $70, for what you get. It's not too picky about paint, I ran bigball, Team Colors, and 32* Premium (which is crap). It's a two-piece, and I love two-piece barrels. It looks wicked on any gun thats black. VERY intimidating. The accuracy was so great over my stock barrel. I love it!
Weaknesses: LOUD!!!!! That's about it. Whatever you do, don't be stupid like I was and shoot with only one half on (the half that screws into your gun). The ball shatters on the threads. It looks funny when it flies though! Also, if you get one of the longer versions, it's pretty hard to squeegee. Although since it's two-piece it's not that bad... That's my fault though for ordering a 17"...
Conclusion: Great barrel! I would recommend Team Colors or any medium bore paint in this. the spiral porting looks cool! The accuracy isn't as great as I'd hoped, but it's still d@mn good! If you ask me, it's almost as accurate as my friends cocker w/ a bigshot. The balls only curve a few inches if they do. It's well worth the price, and I'd take it over my friend's dumb Xcel any day! I used it on my piranha and the only thing I didn't like was the noise (doesn't matter that much, plus we were in the wide open). Great buy, I'd recommend it to anyone.
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9 out of 10
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Unregistered User Monday, January 1st, 2001
Strengths: This barrel is super accurate, it can blow away a 2' square target at 80 feet. You will pee your pants when you shoot it for the first time if all you have previously shot is the stock barrel. You may think that because it is so big, it is cumbersome, but it is not.
Weaknesses: Absolutely nothing
Conclusion: This is by far the best barrel I have fired on my tippman. I have shot it with powerball, proball, and zap select paint. The ball flies perfectly strait with all of these. I recomend this to everyone. The price is great, if you can find it in the right place, it is only 65 bucks! Also, buy a starfire bolt, which this site does not have listed.
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10 out of 10Last edited on Saturday, January 29th, 2005 at 8:01 am PST
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