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If you already own the Freak XL or Deadlywind Fiber XL barrel then this insert will complete the set for you! Don't be caught with the wrong size barrel for your paint. The Freak XL insert offers a full 8-inch control bore which is expertly honed from aerospace grade aluminum alloy. Freak XL inserts are color-coded with a durable low-friction hard anodized finish and laser engraved for quick identification.

"p""br""em""strong"Note: This is just the insert part of the freak barrel. The insert slides into the Freak back. If you do not already have one, you will need to purchase a Freak XL back and front, Freak XL Carbon One or Deadlywind Fiber XL to complete your barrel.

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