The rear of the barrel is tapered, providing support during throw. There are 4 ring cuts for the index finger and 3 ring cuts for the middle finger. The drilling of the thread is similar to the Gomez10. By minimizing the threads at the front and maximizing the drilling at the back of the barrel, the center of balance was brought to the front as much as possible.
By trying this barrel, one will surely understand why Yuki Yamada made the 11th version of his signature barrel so simple.