So I cleaned it up, threw on some air and put some paint down the barrel. Man o man, has paintball ever come a long way! I'm not sure I can play with it until I put some chrono time into it because it appears to be shooting hot. I think I can adjust the bolt and help adjust the speed, but I may be limited with the spring on it. I used to have a spring kit, but it'll take some digging and luck to find it.
I double fed a few balls and chopped one too. I'll have to practice with it a bit more to get the right stroke down (haha), but it shouldn't take long. It brings back a lot of memories of field stripping and squee-gees.
The barrel needs to be polished. Anyone have any advice on barrel cleaning? I was thinking of using a drill with a long soft brush or something.