2007 Spyder Xtra
Viewloader Force Hopper
20 oz Co2
Freak Jr barrel kit
8 Inner barrels, u can change barrel to match any paint
does not chop
Somewhat expensive but totally worth it
Great Barrel System, the term accuracy is always used loosely in regards to paintball, however this barrel system changes that, no ur not gonna hit a quarter from a buck fifty but definately within a 3-4 in circle from 60 to 70, great for either back or front play, reliable and can turn a decent gun into a terrific gun
For about 100 bucks, it is an affordable upgrade, i have mine on my spyder and my friend on his ion, perhaps one of the best dollar for dollar upgrades you can get for your gun
I got this barrel and some inserts pretty cheap since the company is in the process of going, or recently went insolvent. The general consensus is that they're gone and not coming back.
Anyways I used this barrel over the weekend and put 1200-1500 balls through it. Overall I was pretty impressed. I used it with a low-grade, small-bore, rec paint (spectrum) .682 insert, and it actually shot very well. Then I switched to Toxic, a 'high-grade rec paint', pretty close to the standard bore. I used a .691 with that which also seemed to work pretty well.
Overall accuracy is not absolute top-notch, but by ensuring a near-perfect match it is very adaptable to just about any paint out there. Gas efficiency also improved greatly.
The only thing I dislike about this barrel is the length. I don't think the front piece needs to be so long.
I'd recommend it, especially if you shoot a lot of different paints or want to be able to adapt easily. No negatives here really.
ACI Maverick with JJ Ceramic Barrel, Brass Eagle pocket hopper and 9 oz tank
MR1 with Tippmann hopper, trinity clamping feedneck, 16 inch Smart Parts progressive barrel, and 9 oz tank
Psyco Ballistics Lightning freak jr barrel, 45/30 HPA tank, Bob Long 360 torpedo reg, AVI ASA, and macroline bottomline kit
Anything thats consistently round
Easy adaptation for different paints, accurate, quiet, cheap,
Aluminum inserts can get bent easy
I got this barrel for my lightning pump and i just love it! it is very accurate even with cheap paint(as long as its not dimpled). I can hit a tree the width of my hand from 70 feet away over and over again now. I like how easy it is to change bore sizes and how cheap the inserts are. My gun also shoots quieter now because the Freak jr barrel has better porting than my CP barrel. If you want a cheap, accurate barrel kit, get this.
invert mini, Freak Jr. Barrel, pure energy 4500 x 68cc tank, and HALO B with v. 35 Victory Board + RIP Drive
thick shelled paintball, like triumph, and dxs bronze has been working well
It's accurate and looks cool
The barrel has it's perks but it's really been more of a pain for me. the thing is one of the most accurate things I've shot. it just looks awesome when it's on your gun and in it's rubbery case.
The barrel comes with little insets for you to select your own boring and they also sell kits with more inserts if you don't find the one that you like. the barrels looks are amazing, it has a cool sleek look to it with freak carved into the side of it. And the last thing is that it is accurate, it is just about perfection when it works.
The bad thing about this thing is that it barrel brakes. When i say that i mean if you use a thin shell paint it will brake on you I've tried evil, elixir, and x balls. i under stand why the evil broke but elixir just pissed me off, my f**king a5 can shoot elixir, and xballs.
When i was looking for a new barrel i was looking at an ultralight and a freak, i got the freak for about $30 less. i should have got the ultralight. for the price of this thing it should be able to shoot fragile paint. If all you plan on shooting is thick shelled paint, i recommend you get it. if not get a different barrel!!!!!!!!
Cmi True flight (no comparison)
stock barles on various markers
Proto Ultralit SLG
Veiwloader Evolutions 2
Freak Jr. 14'
Cp clamping feed neck
Empire quick flip on/asa
Carlton/Crossfire 88/3000 carbon fiber tank
it is a barle how do you upgrade this
Insert may be weeker then then a ragular back.
I first used a Freak Jr. on my old Ephifany witch is were I got hooked. I now us it on my Ultralight SLG. On both markers it is extreamly acurate.
The bighest thing I can say about the Freak Jr. is that it is cheep. Also if you want to make sure your paint a bore match perfictaly the Freak Jr. is the cheepest to do it with. You see once you have the barrel all you have to by is a new insirt. For exmple a new insert $13, a Dye Ultilight back is $60, and the Cp Back is $30. You can get 2 insirts for one CP back and 4 insirts for one Dye back. While the back may be weeker then a acutal barrle but the Freak Jr. back keeps it safe form being damaged by hitting something. That pluse it is cheep enought to make up for the weakness.
spyder pilot acs
trinity t-lock feed neck
diablo heat, FOrmula 13
The barrel is very accurate and quiet lightweight
Stock insert isnt good; thats y i bought a new one
i bought this of a friend and i thought for the price it would be an OK barrel but,,,,, after i used it for a while, this was one of the best investments i have ever made. my guns isnt exactly accurate, but, it makes my gun ,kinda accurate. its easy to aim wich also helps. if i could have any barrel in the world i would still choose this barrel
I would recomend this to anyone. It is a barrel that is good overall cheap for the performance and is good for anyone.
Empire revolver, revolver shoots slighty more consistent, freak gives a bit more power. revolver has locking inserts = big plus.
Spyder RS marker, eVLution 2 loader, Empire Revolver barrel kit, Smart Parts 20oz anti siphon valve co2 tank, coil remote line.
Anything, doesnt really matter just match it.
Improve accuracy over stock,
Free floating inserts,
could be better for price.
wont shoot through breaks
Overall this is a pretty sweet barrel set, especially over stock barrels. it grants the ability to size paint to the barrel via the inserts, which obviously improves accuracy. it has a pretty cool, useful, and durable case. the barrel is fairly durable. its of average weight.
but... you could get more for your money. like the ability to shoot through breaks <j&j kit>
or locking inserts <empire revolver>. im not saying this is a bad barrel, i actually really like and still have mine for my backup gun, but it could be better. the barrel shoots fairly quiet. it really does everything its supposed to, just nothing spectacular. not bad, not great.
Definately way better than stock, just not the best in its class.
Its got inserts so it doesnt matter, just dont use crap paint
So i orderd this kit with my pmr, its a pretty nice kit but i dont like how it only comes in 14 inch, it is however extremly nice that all american tips/back and freak tips/back are fully compatiable with this system. It has pretty decent accuracy, alot better then a progressive or teardrop barrel, looks cool and is easy to use, it sucks to clean out if you chop a ball though,
I would recomend this product to any one that isnt a high level tourny player, good kit at only $70. im giving it an 8 because there are far better barrels out there.
-SOMETIMES the inserts are not way they say they are. I never had that problem.
Received the Freak Jr. kit as a gift. Wasn't expecting it, but I had no barrel for that weekend, and my dad didn't know any better. He went of the local shop keepers advice. Went to play. One break in about a case of paint. Shot straight, and accurate. I actually love the barrel kit. Probably the only Smart Parts product I'll ever use ;).