2003 WGP vert cocker, HPA, Palmer pneumatics, CP drop forward
Doesn't matter what you choose with this system, even the cheap stuff will work good. However I always recommend buying the best you can afford.
Inserts too short for a cocker, hard to get off
After using a freak system for several months (very good setup), I had the opportunity one Saturday to test the CP barrel kit. I liked my freak, but the durability was always in question. After blowing 10 balls through several of the inserts, I found my match. It didn't take long to figure out this was one accurate system. My first target was 75 feet away and a rope of balls landed right on top of each other. Moving further back another 25 feet or so, more than 90% of what I shot again hit the exact same spot. This was right before game play started, and all I heard was a group of guys complaining I was just intimidating everyone. Ha! If they only knew it was just a test! Anyway, I borrowed the barrel for a few games and became hooked. If I could see it, I could almost be assured of hitting it! Feet, hands, top of heads, butts, whatever I could see, people were raising their hands and walking off the field. I now own two complete sets (different colors) and couldn't be happier. With a 10" 12" 14" and 16" inch front, no matter how you play there will be a perfect match for your marker.
For the price, strength, accuracy, and choices, this is a no brainer. Try one at your local field, you won't be unhappy with this system. I'm only giving the rating a 9 because no barrel is perfect yet........