only 35 dollars
12-16 inches available
better than average accuracy
lightweight aluminum construction
An aluminum barrel, so easy to nick and ding.
Porting makes it hard to clean w/squeegee.
I would highly recommend this barrel to anyone, but especially a newbie or someone on a budget. It is super quiet, accurate(with good large bore paint), light, and best of all, dirt cheap! if you have the extra money, it might be better to get a dye or smart parts, but when it comes down to it, you get more out of your dollar with the Winforce than just about any other barrel. This barrel is designed to offer an option to players on a budget, and it does this very well.
This is an EXELLENT barrel for the price. It is especially good if you are short on dough and need a descent barrel. It is light, quiet, and accurate. This, in my opinion, should be your first upgrade for your gun.
The only bad pard about the barrel that i know about is that when a ball breaks(which they rarely do) you need to clean it out very good or your shot will be off.... a lot. Thats the only bad thing, but you get that with most barrels.
Like I said, this is a great barrel for that about of money. The aluminum makes it light, the porting makes it quiet, and the rifling gives the ball a spin for better accurcy.
Nice anodizing AND sprial porting on such a low cost barrel. Accuracy is quite good and for it's price is VERY hard to beat as a stock barrel replacement. My son's 8.5" T98 barrel stunk but the 14" Winforce made a HUGE difference in his accuracy. Barrel is well made and very smooth on the inside. Ball breaks, when they occur, are easily cleaned.
A touch louder than other barrels but for the price absolutely nothing! For rec players noise really isn't an issue with all the yelling about positions :)
All the time you get what you pay for, sometimes you get more. The Taso Winforce line is just such an item where you get more than you pay for. Excellent quality, good looks, and darn good accuracy make this a player on a budget's dream barrel. Spiral porting is a nice touch as well. No muss no fuss barrel, just a great deal at around 36 bucks.....GET YOU SOME!
This barrel is extremely light and quiet. Also it is very accurate, and cheap I got mine for about $45.
It rairly breaks paint, but if it does its a pain to clean out of the ports. It's is also accuracy is not quite as good as some barrles I've seen.
I used a 16" and it was a little to long for me. It shot RPS marrbalizer very well, and it did fairly well with crappy brass eagle paint. I used it on a spyder and it is deffinetly one of the most quiet barrels around. It is defintly worth the price, but if you have money to spend then there are better barrels out there.
This is one of the quietest barrels I have ever seen or used. The barrel makes almost no noise, the only noise that I or any other player can hear is the sound of the bolt. The barrel is also one of the lighest barrels out there (aluminum).
Although this is a very quiet barrel I was not very pleased with it's accuracy. The barrel has a good range but it seems to have an unpredictable arc at a specific distance (about 90') with each shot. If it did not have this arc it would have an excellent range (not to mention accuracy), the total range could be up to 120' but it arcs at about 90' so it's range and accuracy is not good. It also sacratches easily.
The barrel is a good barrel and most likely better than most stock barrels. The price is good as well. My personal recommendation would be to save money and try out as many barrels as possible, then buy one that suits "you" well and is in "your" price range.
Where to start.... It's cheap, porting reduces muzzle volume considerably, rifling defintely reduces spin
and drop off. Also, it must be one of the lightest 14" barrels out there. Porting is also good in the fact
that it is small enough to stop water getting in(During rain play) but gas can exit happily...
It's the same for all barrels, the bigger they get, the more gas they use, after adding the winforce, I
to buy a spring kit to get the velocity back up in the late 280's on my Spyder. Also, the muzzle break
makes finding a tight fitting barrel plug quite hard.
I'd thoroughly recomend this barrel for someone who wants to keep their Spyder or clone as light as
possible, it won't break your bank, so if you don't like it, flick it off to another Spyder user for US$20-30!