Posted 05 December 2012 - 10:54 PM
are you sure i always heard that underboring causes more breaks because it squeezes the paintballs. Overboring is easier on paint, has the same accuracy, and is quieter. Its only disadvantage is efficiency and i believe consistency but the latter may just depend on paint.
Ok first thing may be a bit off topic but I have to say it. Over boring is less consistent than under boring which means it is less accurate. The boys at punks works have spent a TON of time testing that and in EVERY case under boring was show to be more accurate / consistent.
Back on topic, If there is something wrong with your barrel, lick a small nick on the inside, it could fracture the shell and break paint. If the paint was cold or brittle, and the non rental gun runs at a higher operating pressure, it could be a bit rougher on the paint and possibly break the shell in the loading process. I have seen some barrels that were slightly bent break paint like a blender.
Is the paint breaking at the center of the barrel or closer to the threads?
im not sure, but i believe its the center
Posted 06 December 2012 - 12:06 AM
This post has been edited by junits15: 06 December 2012 - 12:08 AM