Yes, but but but.
If I only have one barrel, and have paint that's too big/small, I can't
change either factor and I'm screwed for accuracy.
If I can switch inserts/barrels, well, then that means I can still be
HOWEVER, this means that the paint your using is generally the determining
factor, however the same arguement can be said for the barrel. But since I
must use field paint, well, the right size paint helps.
But now that I have/am getting the Freak, I won't have that problem
OBFreak: Has anyone else noticed the mass of cheap, noname freak ripoff's
out there? Septer, Pipe, bleh???
> But you should always readjust your velocity whenever you switch barrels
> paint brands.
> > Um friction will reduce velocity, and thus reduce range. Barrels do
> > range....sorry. If it is too tight, the range will decrease. If it is
> > short the air behind the ball will escape, and not allow sufficient
> > in velocity.
> > --
> > Alan
> > -Bushmaster B2K3-
> > Eight months experience and a little luck
> > secure the attrition of the opposing team.
> > > Range is not affected by barrel.
> > > Accuracy is more affected by paint than barrel.
> > > > Hello,
> > > > I am looking for to pick up a new barrel for my Spyder Xtra(stock)
> > marker.
> > > I
> > > > value accuracy and range over anything else (with a single barrel),
> > > out
> > > > moving to a freak barrel system. In a nut shell, what is the best
> > > manufacture,
> > > > make and length and why/experience?
> > > > Side note: Please lay off the peanut gallery comments, ***
> > baby
> > > > killer, gun lobby, NRA, Canadian Gun Control, IQ test results,
> > > > user/player, smart ass | aleck, lame comments, etc......
> > > > I just would like the facts and information please.
> > > > Thanks
> > > > d