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    Posted: 04 June 2005 at 7:55pm

I am thinking about getting a new barrel for my 98 custom. I might get a J&J Ceramic. What size would u guys recommend for woodsball, 12,14 or 16''?

 

 

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 the longer it is the easier it is to sight down, the shorter it is the easier to manuver but no longer than 14" you'll whaste too much air pushing the ball down the extra length.

p.s. i have the 14" j&j and love it!!

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14" I got one and it rocks.
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Don't go over 14" whatever you do. It waste air and will not increase performance. It's all personal preference between the 12'' and 14''. If you like to run around a lot then get the 12'' so you won't get cought up. If you like to play back then get then 14''.
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I have 14" J&J ceramics on my A-5 and 98 Custom, they are cheap, accurate, and self cleaning.  They are the best barrels I have ever used!!!!
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Seems someone hasn't used many barrels before.

If i were you I'd go with either the 10" or 12". 14" is too long. I know your thinking "Great You Wont See Me, why do YOU have a 14" barrel then?"

Well, county was out of 12" at the time.

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Im Going to get the Smart Parts Progressive because im afriad of cracking/ chipping the J&J
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