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    Posted: 01 April 2006 at 1:11am
I dont really know much about good barrels, but this looks like a nice barrel, its ported and it gives the ball a spin. Could someone please give me a little advice on do's and dont's as far as purchasing a new barrel goes? Thanks
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What looks like a nice barrel....

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I think he means the flatline. I don't have experience with that. Just look on the forum on the next pages. There are a couple of questions about the flatline barrel.
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Originally posted by pieterjan pieterjan wrote:

I think he means the flatline. I don't have experience with that. Just look on the forum on the next pages. There are a couple of questions about the flatline barrel.


where'd you get that from....


You're gonna have to show us a link or something if you want us to help.

Generally, the Lapco Bigshot, and J&J Ceramic are the most recommended barrels on the forum.
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go with a lapcobigshot. i`ve used a 8 inch and a 16 inch barrel. most accurate barrewl ive ever seen. its why i use it!
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