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Old 08-20-2012, 02:10 AM #22
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What did you end up going with
Have not made a final decision but I'm leaning toward the lurker because I keep hearing good things but I'm also wondering about the deadly wind fiber CF....

Anyone have both? Which is quieter?
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Old 08-20-2012, 09:22 AM #23
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There aren't many AC barrels I haven't tried; J&J Precision Edge, Sly, UL, CP, CFboomer, Shaft4, Lurker, Lucky15, Deadlywind, Disruptive, Furious, Hammerhead, Shift, Freak... TONS, I have TONS of barrels.

I will say the biggest bang for the buck on a very quiet barrel is the Lurker, but you're limited to 2 bores. Next best I'd have to go with the Furious barrels, 4 bores that are decent to paint match, very light, very quiet, priced very well. Then I'd go Deadlywind, possible to hit 10 bores, very light, very quiet, but more expensive than the other 2 combined if you go Stainless steel.
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Old 08-21-2012, 09:36 PM #25
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Lurker. Im very happy with mine. I got the .678 and have used many different paint sizes with it. Very smooth low sound signature and youll probably gain a few FPS. I did, but not everyone agrees. Plus its a great company and the Lurker man himself is very helpful!
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Old 08-22-2012, 06:42 AM #26
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Old 08-24-2012, 12:16 AM #27
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There aren't many AC barrels I haven't tried; J&J Precision Edge, Sly, UL, CP, CFboomer, Shaft4, Lurker, Lucky15, Deadlywind, Disruptive, Furious, Hammerhead, Shift, Freak... TONS, I have TONS of barrels.

I will say the biggest bang for the buck on a very quiet barrel is the Lurker, but you're limited to 2 bores. Next best I'd have to go with the Furious barrels, 4 bores that are decent to paint match, very light, very quiet, priced very well. Then I'd go Deadlywind, possible to hit 10 bores, very light, very quiet, but more expensive than the other 2 combined if you go Stainless steel.
I have a iFit kit... Should I get the larger bore lurker?
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Old 09-02-2012, 08:16 PM #28
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Lucky 15 barrels are the quietest iv'e ever used. They come in 3 sizes, .685 .689 and .693. The .685 is the quietest.

Iv'e used a lot of different types of barrels and thats the quietest iv'e come across, it doesn't get much quieter. The second quietest would have to be a 16" .685 stiffi. but i have yet to use a lurker barrel but want one

They're $20-$30 used too. I was extremely impressed.

Maybe i'll make a video tomorrow showing how quiet they are.
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deadly wind fibur 14 in with the entire freak insert kit. I use it over ANY barrel you could possibly give me.
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deadly wind fibur 14 in with the entire freak insert kit. I use it over ANY barrel you could possibly give me.
I want to try one so bad, but i can't justify buying one for the amount of times i play.
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