Great if your going for a mil-sim look. very accurate. good weight to it.
If you like to have a light gun it is probably not for you
I got my 1913 about a month ago and it has worked great. Compared to my proto barrel, it is just as accurate, and looks way cooler. It is definately a mil-sim barrel though, so if your not into that, I would not sugest it. But overall i would have to say this is the best barrel I have ever used.
If you like mil-sim, the 1913 is definatley theway to go.
Easy to install/maintain
Dovetail railmounts for accessories
Paint scratches easily
I recently used this product for the first time. It is an amazing woodsball barrel. Extreme accuracy and an added 10-15 feet of distance will quickly earn you the nickname "sniper". There is very little left-right difference between when shooting consecutive shots and the added distance keeps you relatively out of range of opposing players. Wouldn't recommend this barrel unless you have a stock, preferably with a remote, because it adds weight and would be very hard to aim without a solid shooting base. The one complaint I have about this barrel is that the paint scratches very easily, and also my barrel shroud fell off the front when playing, and I have yet to find an allen wrench small enough to resecure it to the barrel.
The added performance that the barrel delivers is well worth the additional cost when compared to other barrels. I wish it came with the right-size allen wrench to adjust the shroud screws though.
Viewloader Hopper Revvy
Trinity Laser pointer
Scope with light up sights
Any paintballs that are of good quality
Accuracy at long distances
quad picitiny rails
Less air efficient
Overall this is a great barrel. If you are a fan of scenario or milsim games then this barel is top notch for it. Like stated in the other reviews this barrel is better for woods ball. As far as drag goes I don't see any. Weight is the only issue I have with it. But way makes the gun seems more realistic. All in all this is a great barrel, I reccomend it to anyone who iis looking to up there scenario experience.
I would have given this a 9.5 but I wasn't able to. It went down in rating becasue of it's weight.
BT-4 assualt,magizine expansion chamber,BT-1913 20'' barrel,tasco pro point red/green dot sight
i like useing midnight
Looks great,gives your gun a different type of look
Long,heavy, the screws on the shrouds come loose sometimes
Its a good looking barrel gives your gun a great look but for the price(100$) it performs just as good or a little better as the stock barrel on the BT-4 and to me thats just not worth 100$ but it does work so theres nothing bad about it
its not worth the money its like paying 100$ for a longer stock barrel but if money is not an issue then its fine and does look great on the BT-4.I gave it a 8 because of its weaknesses not because of the price
Ball drag because of length
When i bought this barrel, i had doubts that it wouldn't be as good as the price. My brother got me to buy it. I was only looking to spend $50 at the most on a barrel since i already had a stiffi barrel. Unfortunately, i ended up spending $108! When i got home, the first thing i did was take off the shroud. that was a pain in the but because i didn't have the right allen wrench. When i finally got that off, i ruched to put it on my gun. It looked amazing! The next day, i tried it out, i noticed the drag of the barrel the first shot. although you have to arc the gun a little more, it is still very accurate. you get used to it after a couple shots. the barrel is heavy. my gun weighs a lot because of all the show off parts i put on. it makes the front end really heavy. this barrel is strictly for woods ball only. get another barrel like a stiffi for speed-ball.
To conclude this. this barrel is a great barrel if you have the money. The drag is noticeable, but not a big drawback for me. it is very accurate, and looks great. i highly recommend it if you have money to spend and you want your gun to look very intimidating!
9 out of 10 for me!