really sniping is an impossibility in paintball...1. markers generally can't shoot far enough or legally at high enough speeds to snipe. 2. unless you're playing a long scenario game, games aren't long enough to sit, settle in so that the opposite team can't see you, wait until another team member wanders by and pick them off without them knowing where you are. and 3. barrels won't make you shoot any farther or accurate enough to snipe no matter how long it getsso then as per sniping goes, what type of barrel is best to get???
Agree with Crawdaddy. Get a barrel kit with different bore backs and various length ends, so you don't limit yourself to just one barrel.Ignoring the typical "sniping in paintball is a myth" argument the best barrel to get is a high quality barrel with a bore that matches your paint nicely. The ideal barrel length is around 12"-14" some like longer barrels and some like shorter (I'm partial to 10") whatever floats your boat. As long as the inside is smooth and your paint to bore match is good you will get the best possible accuracy.