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Old 11-02-2017, 01:33 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Only paintball barrel that needed de-resonating was the crown point barrels for automags. They rang like a tuning fork at times and all we did to stop that ringing is put a large o-ring around the end of the crown point to stop it.

Other then sound signature for a paintball gun there are other contributing factors that effect accuracy/precision that have a lot larger effect then the resonance of the barrel.
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Even if paintball barrels flexed on the order of magnitude that real steel barrels do, paintballs are still inaccurate enough to mask that influence.
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