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Nasty-Pat Thursday, March 25th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
6 months20 of 20 people found this review helpful.

4 years
Products Used:
CP one piece, Boomstick, Freak, Scepter, Lapco Big Shot, & Empire kit.
Marker Setup: E-class Orr-acle Black/Red matte fade

-Jackal High Speed delrin bolt
-Palmer's MicroRock reg.
-Belsales 44 magnum ram
-CP Grip reg.
-CP Pro barrel kit
-CP Razor Drop
-CP on/off ASA
-Red Halo B
Anything... I like Marbalizers a lot.
Strengths: -Accurate bore sizes
-Better air efficiency
-Well-polished internals
-Cleans great
Weaknesses: I can't seem to find this barrel in pink... Haha.
Review: Aluminum fronts and backs equal Light weight, comparable to being as light as the dye ultralights. The aluminum is of top great. Control bores so no inserts to mess with. Fronts and backs fit properly. Some systems seem to have problems with this, however, CP's threading aligns perfectly. The well-polished internals clean easily when breaks occur by shooting. I average 3 shots before my accuracy kicks back in and about 5 shots before its clean. The porting is light, and very efficient. On my angel LCD I get over 200 shots more per tank than I do with a dye barrel, and over 175 more per tank than a Freak kit. Similar results with CP vs Dye on a BKO, with the BKO getting about 200 more shots per tank with the CP than with the Dye or SP Barrels. Using a micrometer and a jewler's caliper (use to measure gemstone sizes, and heads for holding stones), I measured the bore sizing. Very consistant to what is stamped. Both the micrometer and jewler's caliper are accurate up to .000000001. The CP barrels bores were accurate within .0003 of their stamped bores, except the .696 which was .0006. Best overall barrel system I've tested to date. This is the most efficient kit I've found. It combines all assets: light weight, efficient, accurate bores, as well as good looks, all put into one kit. It also comes in multiple tip colors, multiple back colors, as well as polished and satin finishes.
Conclusion: I will give this product a 9 out of 10, simply because there is almost no room for improvement. This is the best barrel I have ever used.
9 out of 10Last edited on Thursday, May 6th, 2004 at 8:02 am PST

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