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Old 02-14-2011, 10:07 AM   #21 (permalink)
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Gman1 Thanks for the info. I went to the Tiberius website but I don't see the barrel or the new riser displayed. Do they have another website for the online store?

BTW when you use the rifled barrel do you have to re-zero your scope?Since you said it has a flatter trajectory as compared to the stock barrel?
Tiberius is notoriously slow for updating their own website (especially their own forum). You'll find more info from the retailers (Rockstar Tactical, Shop4Paintball, etc).
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Old 02-14-2011, 12:56 PM   #22 (permalink)
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i thought it was just one size, the .686, but noticed on the lapco site that they come in .686 and .690. now, which one to get?
Your looking at the un-rifled T8.1/9.1 Firststrike barrel.
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Old 02-14-2011, 01:37 PM   #23 (permalink)
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i thought it was just one size, the .686, but noticed on the lapco site that they come in .686 and .690. now, which one to get?
Pistolz is correct. You are looking at the Lapco Str8 Shot barrel not the rifled barrel which is only available through Tiberius Arms or one of their online distributors. You cannot get this barrel through Lapco.

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. . . BTW when you use the rifled barrel do you have to re-zero your scope?Since you said it has a flatter trajectory as compared to the stock barrel?

Very good question. Yes a slight adjustment does have to be made since it shoots straighter. It's a pain if you don't have the adjustable rail riser which is why I'm getting one since I am going to be swapping out from my Lapco (for normal paint) to the rifled barrel when playing in scenarios.
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Very good question. Yes a slight adjustment does have to be made since it shoots straighter. It's a pain if you don't have the adjustable rail riser which is why I'm getting one since I am going to be swapping out from my Lapco (for normal paint) to the rifled barrel when playing in scenarios.
you are going to carry two barrels onto the field?
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I've considered carrying three before . . .
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I've considered carrying three before . . .
lol there you go. Actually what I meant skull was it's a pain to have to re-adjust scope every time I switch barrels NOT that I do that in game. Example: I'm playing walk-on and one game I use regular paint then another game I decide to play with FS, etc. Hope this makes sense.
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If you're carrying multiple barrels (or using multiple types of ammo) always chrono everything and set your velocity for what shoots hottest. This is why having a dedicated FS marker is preferred to a "jack of all trades"...
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Old 02-14-2011, 06:42 PM   #28 (permalink)
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This is some of the coolest tech I've ever seen in paintball!
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If someone were to make a feeder/body that is FS capable for an Automag, I think I would be in heaven with this.
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Old 02-15-2011, 02:29 AM   #30 (permalink)
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If someone were to make a feeder/body that is FS capable for an Automag, I think I would be in heaven with this.
They are doing it for Tippmann's, I hear they will be FS compatible too. Mag Fed Conversion Kit

If they would only do that for an Automag I would be all over it myself. Even Tiberius, being similar to the mag, doesn't quite get to the mag goodness.
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