Hey we've all been there. You go to a big scenario or field paint only venue, just to find that the paint the promoter is using doesn't match up to your "go-to" barrel. This kit turns that weakness into an opportunity to dominate whatever the circumstance. Don't leave home without an accushot kit.
(1) 14" Big Shot .690
(1) 14" Big Shot .687
(1) 14" Micro Shot .684
(1) 14" Machine Gun Shroud
(1) Carrying Case
The classic Lapco One Piece Big Shot is still a favorite among players looking for superior performance. At Lapco we use only Military Grade, solid, raw material. By doing this we avoid the waviness or lines that you see when you look down a barrel that was machined from raw tubing. The waviness and lines cause a paintball (which is not perfectly round and filled with liquid) to catch or spin. That's where wild flyers come from. You know, the ball that seems to have a mind of its own.
Honing is a precision process for removing material, which is used when the results need to be perfect. We hone our barrels in three stages. First, they are rough honed removing only .001 inch at a time from the barrel wall, to get them close to the finished size. Then they are semi-finished removing another .00025 of an inch from the barrel wall and creating a smoother finish. Finally they are master honed to create a finish that is smoother than glass and is perfectly sized. This gives our barrels the self-cleaning properties that will keep you in the game.
If you are in the market for a higher end barrel, you are not going to get a more accurate barrel then a Lapco One Piece Big Shot. You will save on paint (accuracy) and air (extreme low friction) with these well-crafted barrels.