Originally Posted by SNAKESNIPER
You think you're excited now, wait till you shoot them! You should be able to use the .678 with all but the most brittle paint (and even then, most will be OK). I'd bust out the .684 when winter rolls around. Have fun!
Okay, time for me to show my stupid side and ask a question that's probably already been answered a few dozen times. Please forgive me, I'm a rec player who just got back into paintball after a ~16 year hiatus. Back in the old days, "underboring" didn't exist. I understand the concept theoretically, but how do you actually DO it? What I mean by that is, how do you select the most appropriate barrel for a given paint?
I'm on the verge of ordering an eigenbarrel and I was going to get the larger size, since most of my playing will likely be with cheap (highly variable? typically larger?) field paint. Does that make sense?