Originally Posted by russc
I always thought one of the cooler features of the 3357 was how the rubber detent on the inside of the cylinder gave the balls backspin like a flatline. If you had the o-ring on the outside of the cylinder, it would probably do the opposite and hook straight down.
I thought it was because the air was coming from the bottom. Wouldn't the detent be stopping it from spining backwards since it is on the bottom of the paintball? Putting the detent on the outside would hold the paintball from the top and then get propelled from the bottom would give more backspin, or is my physics wrong.