The apex barrel has a can-like tip with an adjustable flap that allows the operator to put spin on the ball. You can put spin from setting 0 (regular barrel) to 8 (extreme spin) the farther you set it, the more spin it will have, and the farther it will go. This being said, the higher you go, the less accurate the shot is, and it will shoot a a slight downward angle from the tip. It is also adjustable left an right, allowing you to curve the ball behind objects left and right or downward quickly over a bunker.
It is a much better than a regular barrel for range, and is much more accurate and adjustable than the flatline, which is a curved barrel the puts a set amount of spin on the ball.
Trapper has a shorter barrel
In the most general of terms, slug barrels are rifled and regular barrels are smooth bore. Both are capable of shooting slugs.
All paint ball guns with a regular barrel will shoot around 300 feet. there also is no specific "ak 47" paintball gun
You don't. Even if you barrel says ".691" for example, that just means it over-bored, or larger then the paintball slightly, just use regular paintballs.
No, there is no difference between an inside and outside barrel. Doran is an idiot
The tactical edition has a 4 point butt stock and an 11 inch barrel and, M4- style barrel shroud. Otherwise it has no stock and a stock 8 inch Tippmann barrel.
A jammed paintball is a paintball that did not go into the feedneck properly OR it is usually a paintball that is broken a little bit and breaks in the barrel. i suggest taking a squeegee to the field to clean youre Save barrel if needed.
Clean the barrel.
yes, length is measured anywhere the paintball is inside the barrel
The difference between barrel and gallen is that a barrel can load 220 litre oil and a gallon can load millions of oil.