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Apex Barrel System

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Average: 2.8 (6 votes)
Overall Rating:
56.7%
2.833335
Average: 2.833335 of 5 (6 vote)
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Whether your opponent takes cover behind a tree, bunker or rock you will now be able to send them fleeing back to their base camp. The APEX Barrel system is redefining how the game is played. With unmatched distance along with accuracy you will be able to hit more targets than ever before. The APEX adds spin to the ball by adjusting a small mechanism located near the front end of the barrel. By adjusting the trajectory of the ball’s flight path, you immediately gain the edge over your opponents in the battlefield.

The APEX2 Barrel System redefines how paintball is played.

Features:

  • Provides On/Off capabilities
  • Hit previously untouchable targets with new curve features.
  • Adjustable ramp switch – choose the desired level of the curve.
  • Left hook, right hook, dive bomb shots and long flat trajectory shots with a twist of the barrrel.
  • “Dial In” targets and change the level of curve.
  • Easy to clean

Product Reviews

3 Reviews of Apex Barrel System

Anonymous says:
Mon, 10/22/2012 - 21:53
5
Average: 5 (1 vote)
Rick
Gruber
I have owned several apex barrels and tips. I play a lot of rec-ball with props on the field that demand a player to develop several styles of shooting technique. The apex really does give you greater distance and improved accuracy. I have matched my apex with a freak barrel insert kit and found that with the two combined my shots were more consistent and my air usage dropped. With the apex tip you really can drop paint behind bunkers and take out a player with a trick shot. It is almost an unfair advantage but it makes you a smarter player for using your head and not wasting needed energy .
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Anonymous says:
Wed, 03/12/2014 - 21:01
3
Average: 3 (1 vote)
Aaron
Prill
This review is for the standard Apex and not the Apex II. I have not used an Apex II so I can't comment on how that one behaves. I've been using a flatline barrel on my A5 for years. I saw a promo video for the Apex on youtube which got me interested. I then say a player use it to good effect in a game, and asked him for his thoughts. He gave it a good recommendation so I bought one. I am impressed at how easy it is to use once you figure it out. It does everything that it's advertised to do, and does it well. Why did I only give it a 3 out of 5 score? The low and long feature. A few feet in front of you, the ball will nose dive then slowly rise as it flies down range. It's flies in an upside down ballistic arc. Most of the hits I score with it on this setting are to players legs. I also tend to hit debris on the ground rather often. You also can't shoot while prone with this setting, and sighting in an optic is difficult because of how low and the severity of the reverse arc that the ball flies in. To sum it up, with Apex mode turned off, the barrel behaves like a normal barrel and is decently accurate. The curve and drop modes are really cool and useful. Low and long is difficult to use. If you're a short range player that wants to defeat bunkers, this is the barrel for you. If you're a distance player like me, this barrel can be difficult to adapt to.
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Anonymous says:
Fri, 03/28/2014 - 06:24
2
Average: 2 (1 vote)
Nathan
Macisaac
Personally i don't really like it because it always shreds my paint balls
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