# reduced accuracy on 2 piece barrels

### #1

Posted 02 January 2009 - 06:12 PM

lets say freak fronts are 12"(18" barrel, im using this as it will be easyer to calculate).695 of bore size and you are shooting a .675 reball thru the 670 reball insert. that leaves .003 of space between tha sides of the front and the reball, lets say a paintball goes .020 off by the time it passes the end of the barrel, in a cone effect, that could be as much as 1.000 inches 50 feet away. so how come non curving reballs appear to have a sd of about 3 or more inches. how is this possible since it should only, in theory be able to go 1 inch?

if this makes no sence whatsoever im sorry.

thx in advance

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### #2

Posted 02 January 2009 - 07:11 PM

lets say freak fronts are 12"(18" barrel, im using this as it will be easyer to calculate).695 of bore size and you are shooting a .675 reball thru the 670 reball insert. that leaves .003 of space between tha sides of the front and the reball, lets say a paintball goes .020 off by the time it passes the end of the barrel, in a cone effect, that could be as much as 1.000 inches 50 feet away. so how come non curving reballs appear to have a sd of about 3 or more inches. how is this possible since it should only, in theory be able to go 1 inch?

they're obviously not non-curving then - are they?

we just finished the accuracy test - results will be up in a while - once we finish the math (there's a lot to look at on this one)

### #3

Posted 02 January 2009 - 08:33 PM

cant wait for those results

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