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    Posted: 18 April 2012 at 2:35pm
hey guys i have the x7 with the upgraded egrip. i need a barrel i mostly pplay woods ball but me and my friends have our own redneck speedball corse lol. i have no clue what barrel to and which one would be good for me. if i could get some help that would be great thanks
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You could try using the "search" feature to the forum for this very topic.  But it seems that J&J or lapco are the two more popular brands and most people like using a 12 to 14 inch barrel length.  I hope this helps you out.
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it does alot thanks! i was looking at the flat line but idk
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hows the flat line barre? is it good for speed ball or woods play? is it good for the money?
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Flatlines are great for adding distance but I know the older versions were picky on paint a lot of the time. I'm not sure how the new version compares. My experience with the JJ Ceramic has been nothing short of spectacular. It's a great barrel for the price, shoots well with almost any paint, and it shoots well through breaks. There's nothing fancy about it but between myself and several friends, along with many users on the forum, it gets the job done right.
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thanks that helps alot, i will deffinetly look into the barrel. and do you use it for speed ball or woodsball, because im mostly playing woods ball?
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I have the same barrel, I mostly play woodsball and it works great for me!
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