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#1 A.E.D.paintballer

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Posted 02 January 2009 - 06:12 PM

alright , so due to recent information (thanks punkworks) we know that underboring DOES increase accuracy. now we also know that freak fronts(im not shure on other barrel kits) are huge in size. now due to precision and speed of a underbored paintball in the back, the paintball sould not hit the sides of the front(in theory). now if a paintball was to hit the sides of the front that would leave space to rebound(or break) which would be worst if the paintball was smaller. could this cause the paintballs that go way the fk out?

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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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)

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Posted 02 January 2009 - 08:33 PM

well im talking in general, there is 3-4 inches of spread even more. of course there are those that go way out of there but im not counting those: many factors could cause them, speck of dirt, a bit of lube from the gun ext ext.

cant wait for those results
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