Custom Products makes barrels in 9 popular styles
to fit your gun. The Cocker, Mag, Angel, Spider, F-4,A5,
Model 98, Bushmaster, and Shocker. All Barrels are available in 4 lengths and 3 different
bore sizes. Lengths are 10", 12", 14" and 16".
Bore Sizes are 0.685, 0.689 and 0.693
The Custom Products One Piece Barrels are newer, so they should be commonly available, both new and used.
lapco clamping feed neck: chrome
evo II/ y board (the new model)
soon to come:
check it assult block 15*
cp razor drop
boblong mini gauge
Light, accurate, makes my spyder look pretty darn cool.
I have had problems getting it unscrewed from my marker after shooting, see review.
I love this marker. Best $48 i ever spent. i used to waste my whole hopper on a single person that was clearly visible that i has gotten a good angle on. this barrel looks good too. it goes great with my green rodeo. i have only used rampage with this barrel because of field paint rules. i have never had a barrel chop before, even on full auto, which is kind of childish to use so i only did that to test the barrel. i have only had one problem w/ it. i can never get the barrel to unscrew from the marker after i shoot paint through it. i have had to get a wrench and a rag to get it off. this also left a nice ugly scratch on the barrel. i am optimistic though and im pretty sure its a worn out o-ring. that would be a quick.
Over all a great barrel. I would give it a 10 but i know that there are MUCH more accurate barrels out there like the Dye ultralight. i recommend it to anybody looking to get their first after market barrel.
Zap Spank have worked incredibly. I have never had one Zap Spank paintball break in my barrel.
Great accuracy. Light. Good amount of colors and sizes.
Scratches easy (if you ding it around too much) just because its aluminum.
This barrel is amazing. I could really tell the difference going from my stock Xtra barrel to this. Incredibly accurate and dont have that crazy spin that stock barrals can put on balls. You don't need to get the 16in ones. I would stick with either the 12-14. I, myself, have the 12in ones and have found that to be sufficient enough. Great product and works very well on my Spyder Xtra. Made friends jelous, lol.
I definetly recomend this barrel to any paintballer. It is incredible and is only 40 bucks!!! Looks hella nice too.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, June 28th, 2004 at 12:03 pm PST
BEST barrel ever i used to have a freak then a boomstick but neither matches this barrel not because of its price but because of its allround greatness. It is the best barrel i have ever used its a must and should be bought over those expensize other ones. Our team accually did tests to see the best barrel we used a boomy a freak and a CP the CP won by far (but we only used cockers so its the best barrel for cockers if not all guns)
IF you deciding on a barrel to buy get this one no other barrel matches it.
anything form .688 to .692
RP premium and swirl work epecially well, cheap field paint is suprisingly accurate also
-looks, mirror-like interirior, great design
-loudness, my 10 inch is much louder than my brothers j&j ceramic
This barrel is very impressive. When I first took it out of the package I thought it was way too light for a barrel. It had a nice silk bag thing and it looks great, inside and outside. It was very shiny with a nice blue anodized (I think) finish. It also has a true .689 bore, unlike my lapco bigshot. My RP Premiums and 32 degrees actually passed the blow test! (Most paintballs roll straight through my lapco bigsot resulting in poor accuracy) . Accuracy on this baby is amazing. From 50-60 feet pballs land on on top of another. NO lie, no regulator, no xchamber, just a m98 and this highly accurate barrel. Even cheap field paint that is clearly too small land within 2 inches from 60 feet!
From farther out at 110 feet the accuracy decreases but is still very good. The diameter is about 6 inches for an average grouping at 100 to 120 feet.
This is clearly superior to my lapco bigshot in accuracy, noise level, and length. It also surpasses the accuracy of my brothes jj ceramic on all counts except for noise. Highly reccomended.
SP progressive,stock barrels:progressive is quieter, but the CP was definitely better than stock
GX-3 Autococker green to black fade w/ chrome Java drop , 10 inch black CP one piece, 68/4500 PMI tank and green 12v revolution.
I've mostly used Draxxus Blaze and have had no problems.
Price-beats just about any other barrel I've had
Looks-comes in lots of colors and has a nice design
Resonable accuracy-works pretty well on my autococker
Ball Breaks-over 2000 rounds I broke once(but that was a BE paintball)
Weight-average, hardly noticible over stock
Length-comes in a variety of lengths, 10 was all I needed
Porting-does not help flight of paintball and almost too small(thats just me)
Noise- not overly quiet, but this is because of the porting
Accuracy-not a one shot one kill barrel unless you are real close
For the price of a mere $30 this barrel is a great bargan.I was looking for a cheap good quality barrel and the CP one piece did fairly well.I give it a 8 because I it did not blow my expectations away in accuracy compared to the SP progressive.but this barrel is a contender for its price
I just got this barrel for my shutter and it works very well. Its not loud and keeps the ball on target but at the same time makes shure the ball doesn't lose distance.It is simple and cheap which gets the job done.
The one thing that bothers me about it is if you are playing in the forest and you are trying to snipe people out. If a little bit of sun gets on it it will give away you postion in a heartbeat.
In the end if you don't want to spend alot of money this is the barrel. It is about 50 bucks. You can use any type of paint on it. It works best on custom's and spyders anything else is too much for it.
Well i only used stock barrel 32 degrees which sucked
32 Degrees Icon LED
custom product 14 in. barrel
tactical performance hopper ( bout to get a ricochet apache lcd )
java 9.6v battery
everything else is stock
i have only used dusk and triax and scorched all were great with it
Not rele quiet but quieter than stock
Well i first bought this barrel cause my other one sucked and it was rele loud but this one is still a little loud but its rele accurate i point were i want and it goes there but anyway this is a good barrel to have it shoots were u want it rele light comes in alot of sizes 10, 12, 14, 16 but i would buy it if u have the money
Over all this is a good barrel to have its accurate and i would recommend to anyone im givin this a 9 because it comes loose
Lets just start this off saying this barrel is very good. I like it better than ceramics AND flatlines. It will make your gun much more accurate and quiet over the stock barrel. The color is very nice, you can get just about any color and in satin or gloss. They come in various bore sizes, which is great if you play w/ only one certain kind of paint. It mounts onto your gun very good and "snug". It is very easy to squeege out a busted ball, which you will hardly ever have to do. Now to the weaknesses. There is not enough porting, so puffs of smoke come out and also into your hopper, but an agitated hopper will definently fix that problem. On occasions it will make balls go off-target. The paint gets easily scratched also. And here is the nit-picky part for me. When I screw it on, the cp logo is upside down, so you can't see it on the side. Oh well, just a pet peeve I guess.
Get this barrel! I would recommend it over progressive, teardrop, and ceramics. It is a tad more expensive (except for the teardrop) but it's worth it.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, May 26th, 2004 at 6:34 am PST
yes, it's pretty cheap...it was around 50 bucks at my local paintball supply. it's light. it looks pretty cool overall.
it didn't really help that much over the stock barrel, had a few balls bust....probably because the barrel is smaller than the paint(read the conclusion)
I'm using a spyder 2000 model, the barrel is a 14" at .689 the paint going through it is diablo blaze. i took the time to measure it and the one i have is actually closer to .688 than .689 (.6882, and yes i do have an instrument precise enough to measure that).
if you're like me, you read these reviews and pretty much throw out the extremes...by that i mean people who say "this is the greatest barrel ever made" or "this thing sucks, forget it!"...so i'll just say, it's ok. for 50 bucks, i think i'd just save my money for a better upgrade. at first i was excited about it and refered to it as my "sniper barrel"...but in reality, it shoots worse than my stock barrel. i sat and shot about 500 rounds through both barrels comparing...the CP was accurate about 70-75%% where as the stock was probably closer to 80%%. i would NOT reccommend this barrel to anyone, unless you need to burn some money. i've heard good things about the smart parts boss progressive, but i've heard bad as well...the next barrel for me will be either the taso stone cold II, or the 32 degrees terminator
5 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, January 29th, 2005 at 7:45 am PST