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smart parts all american how r they

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    Posted: 29 November 2004 at 9:07pm
Are the smart parts all americans any good cause i think im gonna get on
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They are alright but i  reccomend a Lapco Bigshot 14".
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My friend has one, it rocks, get it
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yes, my firend has one on his impulse, it seems like a very good barrel
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Ya this kid I know has a 18in but there are many threads in here that discourage barrels over 14 inches, which I believe in strongly. J and J ceramic 12-14in or the smae with a lapco bigshot or ayto spirit
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SeaWolf's Commandment:

People on this forum will die preaching about the Lapco BigShot. I've used both, and the All American has the upper hand. It's such a good barrel. The two-piece design makes it versatile so that you can carry 10" and 14" barrel fronts around with you.

Accuracy is what counts if you have a gun like a 98 custom that can't rip paint like the high-end guns. The All American will give you that accuracy.

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yes, I had one on my A-5 it was Awsome.
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Excellent barrel, but may mess up a straightshot squeegee.  Get a battleswab.
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they are really nice but i would go w/ a freak if u have the $$$
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i have one on my shocker and i love it , i might get a freak kit though

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Originally posted by pb1537 pb1537 wrote:

they are really nice but i would go w/ a freak if u have the $$$
 

if ur gunna get a smartparts get the american i have had it on my impulse it rocks. The freak barrel is a rip off for the price. I mean it is a good barrel but its not worth the cash.

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Originally posted by pb1537 pb1537 wrote:

they are really nice but i would go w/ a freak if u have the $$$


if ur gunna get a smartparts get the american i have had it on my impulse it rocks. The freak barrel is a rip off for the price. I mean it is a good barrel but its not worth the cash.



Um... not worth $105?
   
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its only $75 for AA, I would shoot for the Freak for a bit more.

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^^^ I agree. I use an AA on my old 98. That barrel has never let me down. While I cant speak for the Lapco, the AA is by far the most accurate barrel I have ever used.

I would take the AA over the Lapco, just becuse of the verstility issue. You can change the lengths on an AA or get a back that fits a diferent marker for $25 or less. Also, If you decide to get the freak later, you will only have to buy half of it. I think it's well worth the money.



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