ACI Combo barrels are made of high grade aircraft quality black anodized aluminum and stainless steel. External rifled holes are standard to obtain pin-point accuracy and quiet shooting without sacrificing efficiency.
The ACI Zero Gravity Combo Barrel is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
I have a Spyder Compact 2000 with a 14'' ACI Zero Gravity Barrel And a 2nd generation Venturi Bolt.
Diablo..I've had some trouble with Brass Eagle Paint.
Oh man this barrel changed my whole game! Its quiet, deadly accurate I use less paint because of the accuracy. It looks great with my gun.
Chops up Brass Eagle paint and its a little expensive for a barrel, but worth it.
This barrel is great for the Intermediate/Advanced player. I wouldn't recommend this to new players because its alot of money to invest when you don't know if your going to like the competition, otherwise this barrel is perfect for any player who likes to be accurate and if you don't well you shouldn't play. The finish on the barrel looks awesome with a Spyder Compact 2000.
Dye stainless steel and Armson Stealth....all good at the right time with the correct combination of paint.
Spyder or Tipp98
The ACI Zero Gravity barrel could probably shoot rocks if they were .68. Just about any paint will do, it has a rather large bore in comparison to the other barrels.
Well, it is a combo barrel so you are getting the advatages of both stainless steel and aluminum. The porting keeps it pretty quiet and it shoots very accurate. I have had it for about 3 years and it still does the job so it is durable. 12" is a good length for it too.
It can detract from the range of your paint a little but it makes up for it in accuracy.
Overall, this is a good buy at $70. Good for an upfront player because of it's hopper hitting accuracy and its lightweightedness at 12".
Model 98 Custom with RT Trigger Kit, Double Trigger, Vertical Adapter, PMI 4 Stage X-Chamber, ACI Zero Gravity Combo Barrel
Mediu-Large Bore Size
Works will all paint except small bore. Very Accuracte. Very Quiet. Shot at some friends and they didn't know where it was coming from. Only takes one shot to hit what you shooting at (if you know what you're doing). Never broke a ball in it (shot 4000+ shots). Looks awesome. Fairly Cheap.
Chrome may stand out in woods games but its not really a problem. Excellent barrel. BUY IT
This is a great barrel at a great price. Looks kinda like a boomstick. SWEET BARREL
F4 illustrator 4-stage x-chamber nothing fancy but good gun
anything really this barrel has such a huge bore on it(.692) i believe. Big paint is better such as nelson, but shoots zap, proball, crap paint you name it just no diablo hellfire or really small stuff.
This barrel is pretty quiet
not a horrible price
Ball breaks cause ufo's(what doesnt?)
Big ass bore makes squeeging hard(need a swab to effectivitly clean)
This barrel is pretty kickass! I bought an All american and didnt notice a bit in accuracy or quietness from one barrel to another. I like being able to shoot cheaper paint and the big bore doesnt cause accuracy problems. Good barrel for the money i would recommend it highly
JTY Black Dragon (Has anybody ever heard of this gun but me?), low pressure chamber with pressure gage, ACI Zero Gravity barrel, Ricochet feeder, M3 electronic handle
Nelson, Powerball, Anarchy
This barrel is really accurate, especially compared to my stock barrel. I had my pressure down to about 240 and was still making my friends wish I hadn't bought the thing. It's really light and has really tight groupings.
When you eventually break a ball you might as well kiss yourself goodbye. Squeege the sucker and hope for the best, I always end up running mine through water.
Really accurate barrel and very sturdy, looks great on my gun :)
The best thing about thi barrel is that is it very accurate. It can hit small targets such as hoppers and shoes that are sticking out of cover. The barrel is also pretty quiet when you're playing in the woods. The range is also great, but at those distances the balls don't always break.
Sometimes if you bust a ball(which can happen if the paint is dirty, it doesnt just bust balls for no reason) the barrel loses almost all accuracy. It is also tihn so you gotta be careful with it, or so i have read, as for me tho i have slid barrel first into a bunker and slammed it onto a plastic bunker while running and it didnt do anything to the barrel. At long ranges the balls seem to resist breaking, maybe its the paint im using, although ive noticed this about almost very paint ive used. (kick'n, sheridan, Bigball, PMI) I guess its because of the spin it puts on the ball or sumthing.
Although it may not be good for people who break balls a lot ( if you're using high pressure gun like a spyder without a regulator ), I have found it great on my piranha ext pro g3 with a reg. and CO2. This barrel is only 12.5 inches on my gun but has the same range as my friend's 16" JT two piece. This barrel will amaze you with its accuracy, if its not, get out your squeegee and give her another chance. -=play hard, play fair, play to win
I ordered the normal ACI zero gravity gave me the combo instead and i paid for the one peice. Anyway, this barrel is very accurate and has pretty good range, can shoot it about 230 feet but the balls don't brake. It is pretty quiet also
Sux to squegee it cuz all the paint goes to the porting then when u shoot it it curves like anything. A little thin.
I used it on my pirahna its 14 inches, i used it with flash paintballs, good price, i would recomend it to a newbie, if ur a pro get the grafitti its worth it, Also get a really good squeggie
10 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, January 29th, 2005 at 6:50 am PST