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Bearing SCAR by JingJia/Flag & Armor (SLA Printed)

Bearing SCAR by JingJia/Flag & Armor (SLA Printed)

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This bearing scar is the latest generation of SCAR barrel. This 9 bearing scar is printed in SLA and is compatible with most 16mm barrels. Available in 4 different angles to match your blasters performance. Bearing scars are excellent at imparting spin on the darts with minimal FPS loss. We recommend 5 degree for most users and higher angles for higher FPS builds.

*Due to print tolerances some SCAR barrels may require some masking tape between the barrel and SCAR for ideal fit.

• SLA printed bearing SCAR
• Available in 5°, 8°, 10° and 15° variants
• Large angle = more spin (higher angle for high FPS builds)
• Orange color
• Designed and produced by Jing Jia of Flag & Armor
• 3 sets of 3 bearings
• Extremely low resistance on the darts
• Universal 16mm id, fits blasters like the Worker Swift, Talon Claw, Caliburn and lynx

• Material: SLA printed
• Dimensions: 75mm X 25mm

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Customer Reviews

Based on 11 reviews
Randy L.

Bearing SCAR by JingJia/Flag & Armor (SLA Printed)

Lance P.
Really Accurate

Great accuracy with this unit, running on a Caliburn and using Bamboo darts - less accurate with Gen3's but still a big improvement over string SCAR.

Paul W.C.
BCAR for a flywheel / Nexus Pro

The BCAR is wonderful. I used it in my Pheonix 1.0. And I am going to use it on my Nexus Pro now. The Pheonix was magnificent. It shot hard, losing little FPS, and far. You can see the spin imparted on the dart as it flys forward.
I also lubed up the BCAR first thing. WD-40 is quite useful when keeping bearings spinning. All in all a wonderful addition to any blaster.

Xuan W.
All wins and no losses

Works so well on my swift! Compared to scar barrel:
- Less FPS drop
- More durable (fishing line will snap)
- Less wear on the darts

It does is job well

No issues so far. Not a 5* review as I haven’t had it for to long so I can’t really verify it’s durability, though it seems very solid and well made. The improvements it makes over a standard barrel is increasing.