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YoBoneDaddy Monday, October 25th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
6 months9 of 10 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
6 months
Similar
Products Used:
- Stock, good but not close
Marker Setup: 2001 GameFace BoneDaddy
- 14" CP 1 Piece Classic
- Ricochet G2K
- 32° 4 Stage X-Chamber
- Pmi Bottom line
- Anti-siphoned 12 Oz. CO2
Recommended
Paintballs:
- Zap
- Brass Eagle
- RPS Premiums
- Bath Beads
- Glosettes Raisins
Strengths: - Sexy as all get out
- Flawlessly polished finish
- Easy to Clean
- Accurate
- Low Cash
Weaknesses: - CP logo is upside down
- Doesn't grant 3 wishes
Review: Okay I played an indoor game a few weeks back and I was going to give the CP 1" a moderate rating. Then I played an outdoor Scenario game this weekend and this thing turned my modest Bone Daddy into the unholy scepter of paint-death. No? You don't believe me? Have you ever aimed at someone's hopper across an unlevel playing field at more than 100 feet and nailed it right in the middle? You haven't? Get a CP classic! I did this in the game on Saturday, in one shot. Guys would be lobbing balls all around me and I'd just turn to them and if they didn't scurry away like cockroaches from a flashlight they got lit up. If I could see an exposed part of someone's body, they were in a world of trouble. This thing is so accurate. It'll curve a little after a long distance and it'll wing all over the place if you get a break but within 100' it's deadly accurate and 100-150' it's still only takes a couple of shots to nail the guy. Anyway that's enough about accuracy.

I got this online, brand spankin' new for about 60 bucks... CANADIAN! It's about the same price as a J&J or a Progressive and you have the advantage of not being like every damn other person with an aftermarket barrel. Some of the guys I was smoking on Saturday had progressives on their rentals (an add on to the rental package) and I was still destroying them.

The finish on the inside of the barrel is perfect. Point your barrel at your TV and look down the center of it, it's literally a mirror finish.

If you get a break, turn it upside down, dry fire two or three times and you'll be back to about 80-90% accuracy. And if this happens it's your bolt's fault because I've never had a ball break in this thing and I've already used 2000 or more paintballs through it already.

It looks gorgeous, I have nickel on my black Bone Daddy and it is so nice. You can get any length you want, two different finishes and over a half dozen different colors.
Conclusion: Nothing is perfect my butt! I spent 60 bucks on a barrel that gives me unmatched accuracy and adds a beautiful look to my marker. It's easy to clean, it's different than everyone else's and next time you're reading the reviews, check out how many 3-5 year players swear by these barrels... then compare that with a J&J or a Progressive. Guys who know what they're talking about love this barrel, I do too. I took out a shocker with a 60 dollar gun, 'nuff said.

I'd give it a perfect 10 but it doesn't shoot through breaks very well and requires a squeegee to get your accuracy back.
Rating:
9 out of 10Last edited on Thursday, December 16th, 2004 at 10:12 am PST
 

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