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 STIFFI Classic 14" Barrel .691 bore

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PostSubject: STIFFI Classic 14" Barrel .691 bore   Thu May 15, 2008 4:16 pm



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Less than a month.


Strengths: Light, Quiet, Strong, Accurate, Easy to Install, Ported , Zero Co-Efficient Of Thermal Expansion, Easy To Clean.


Weaknesses: Price, Can Not Use Barrel swab's.

Review: I just got my new STIFFI Classic 14" Barrel with a .691 bore In the mail today, The first thing I noticed when it came in the mail is that the packaging was neat and easy to open. It came in a long plastic tube that had stiffi stickers on the outside with two rubber end caps to keep the barrel inside and clean while it was being shipped. When I took it out of the box It was Extremely light, It weighs only 1.7 ounces and it's 14". The reason why it's so light is because it is made of carbon fiber, carbon fiber is commonly used in satellites, missiles, and F-117 fighter jets because its so light and strong. The barrel was very accurate because Stiffi micro-jewels the inside of the bore to give the barrel a super-smooth, stepped finish and the Zero Co-Efficient Of Thermal Expansion, Zero Co-Efficient Of Thermal Expansion means the barrel will not expand or contract with temperature changes. I did break a couple paintballs but I'm positive it was because it was cold and I was using walmart paint. One of the weaknesses is that you can not use any barrel swab's or it will ruin the warranty, But it doesn't say that you can not use a squeegee. when you are at home it suggests you clean it by using warm water and soap witch is simple.


Conclusion: It's a very light, strong, quiet and accurate barrel


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PostSubject: Re: STIFFI Classic 14" Barrel .691 bore   Thu May 15, 2008 11:04 pm

AWSOME review. Glad to see you over bored. Also yes you can use a squeegee in the barrel.
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PostSubject: Re: STIFFI Classic 14" Barrel .691 bore   Fri May 16, 2008 6:17 pm

John wrote:
AWSOME review. Glad to see you over bored. Also yes you can use a squeegee in the barrel.

Lol I'm not over bored I think it would be awesome to see this form grow so I decided to start it off with a review :lol:
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