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    Posted: 15 April 2009 at 2:16pm
Yeah, Definately get a new barrel if you want better accuracy and better performance. =P
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The stock barrel's performance leaves a lot to be desired. The JJ Ceramic or LAPCO Bighshot is a much better option. Both are awesome barrels, and affordable to boot. No longer than 12-14" though.
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yes, get a new barrel. J&J and lapco are both good.
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How good is the barrel that comes with the 98 custom pro platinum?  Would a JJ Ceramic or a Lapco BIgshot be a better option or is the stock barrel adequate?

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