Reviews: New Version Mad Bull Airsoft Black Python 650mm Tight Bore Inner AEG Barrel. (650mm)


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7 Customer Reviews
Model: BRL-MB-650

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by Logan b. on 2014-06-03 09:07:51
"great barrel, lighter than other barrels. also the 6.03 bore is perfect for gas rifels.
by Zachary C. on 2013-09-13 08:24:24
"Good barrel! Putting one on my svd soon! Gives a good 20-30 fps boost. But as for the kid who rated it lower cause of the double feeding problem that's his fault. Chances are he messed up the bucking putting it back on the barrel....
by Erik T. on 2013-08-20 14:16:13
"I put this baby in my barrett, and it was amazing. Had it shooting 440 fps w .28g bbs.

One problem I had was that the box they sent it in, had no cushion or anything in it. :(
by Andy K. on 2010-04-02 23:52:08
"Really Nice!
So I cut the size down from a 509 to a 229ish mm, it was slightly damaged because I did a horrible job cutting and dremeling, but even though it damaged it has better performance than my stock barrel!
Hes right, its anodized and it seems like its made of aluminum or tin, not a big problem because its lightweight! Compared to my brass stock barrel, its weight is about 1/2. Best part is, FPS jumped from 380 to 400ish. Good buy! I think I'm gonna modify the other half!
by James .. on 2009-09-19 16:32:02
"i rate middlish because when i got this put in it started double feeding no idea why
by Dylan S. on 2009-03-06 19:10:26
"I modified my sig 552 to fit this barrel and it works amazingly. Great grouping (hit my friend from 50 yrds with out trying) and i haven't chronoed it but im pretty sure it raised the fps about 15 or 20. Great barrel for an amazing price.
by Pat C. on 2008-11-28 13:54:36
"Great barrels, have a 509 in my ICS m16 and love it (needed the one piece outer barrel to complete it so dont think this is the only thing to improve accuracy and range) and i also have a 650 in my aps2 sniper which is amazing now, easily hit a 5 inch wide tree (suburb area, small trees in the parkways) from 200-225 feet away, as long as there is no wind.

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