andrewthewookie, on 08 February 2013 - 05:40 PM, said:
Not touchy, just looking for reasoning behind needing to label a gun as accurate, when it pretty much comes down to the paint you use, since the gun itself or its barrel won't have an appreciable/noticeable effect on accuracy.
Unless, of course, the honing inside of the barrel looks like it has been honed with sandpaper, like a tippmann 98's stock one from way back when. But other than that, especially nowadays, the paint is the only thing that really has a noticeable effect on accuracy.
My JT Tac-5m recon is hella accurate, but it's only because I shoot first strikes through it. The gun itself has no effect, only the paintballs used.
Panda Man, on 14 April 2013 - 12:26 AM, said:
^Sad part is, your little... Disruptive Barrels are the quietest beating out a Lucky one by .02 Decibels. :P
Obviously, you haven't met The Daniel (no one wants to meet this Daniel)