I don't get it. How would one tip shoot more accurate then another? That's stupid. Please expain it to me.
Tips can make a difference in accuracy, and efficiency.
The venting pattern on the tip, dictates how the ball is stabilized during it's path from the breach, through the barrel, and then onto it's intended target.
Say you have 2 Freak tips, equal lengths, one is an AA and the other the Tear Drop tip. The Tear Drop tip wil not be as efficient as the AA, because it has more porting on it.
To take it even a step farther, we can go into step boring a barrel, when the barrell progressively get's larger in diameter, the farther from the breech it is.
Powerlyte barrels are stepped bored, the back piece of the barrel is usually a .688 then steps up into .691 at the tip part of the barrel. This allows the paintball match to be good in the beginning of the barrel, then as it acclerates less drag on the paintball as it flies out of the barrell. The porting on the tip of the poerlyte further stabilizes the turbulent ball even more.
IMO Powerlyte barrels are well thought out, and should be seriously considered. They come in 2 common sizes, .684 and 688, this should cover most of the paintballs out there.