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.
Spider imagine with a CP barrel and a NDZ Clamping feedneck
Its strong and very durable and the pb's dont get stuck inside
Theres not really any weaknesses with this barrel
The barrel is way better than any stock. It made a huge difference on my gun. When you go out there and shoot your gun with this barrel you will be able to see a difference in the accuracy, speed, and consistency. If your looking for a good barrel than its a good one to have.
Good to have around and you should buy it. It makes a difference.
spyder SE w/ 32 degrees 2003 6 stage and large drop forward, empire on/off, custom product 15" barrel, shocktech shorty bolt, hooked up to a 16 oz CO2 (go with nitrogen kids)
DraXxus midnight - or any other DraXxus paint
fairly accurate, nice polish, smooth material, quieter than most barrels
could be more accurate, but accurate enough
when polished, it's like a mirror. shoots nice and steady if your CO2/nitrogen is fairly pressurized. my 15" is too long for speed ball/hyper ball, so it's really most effective if you're a back-liner, or in a forest game. I'd give it 100%, but i don't think it quite lives up to the price i payed for it (much less now than what it cost 4 years ago --now it's like $50, but then it was $90 -- ouch.)
good barrel, and is now at a decent price, but they're rare, so if you get one, rub it in your friends face, and exaggerate like crazy
get this barrel, i love it, so accurate that u would thik it was a 100 boomstick or a freak. with my autococker it is awesome. never broke a ball with it. 14in is perfect length.
only 40.00 dollars. this barrel is the shiznit. for 40 dollars instead of buying a teardrop or some crappy 32 degrees barrel(they suck)
great barrel no weaknesses and is a great price get this barrel today for such a great price.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, July 15th, 2004 at 9:58 pm PST
Smart Parts All Americans, TearDrops, Dye Boomsticks, 32* carbon fiber
2k2 Vertical Feed Cocker-blue, New Adjustable WGP 3-way(blue), WGP Hinge (blue), 12" CP(blue), revvy w/ xboard(blue), 68/4500 hp tank
I use only pmi's (thats all my store has), and found that the Big Balls work awesome in my barrel (.689).
Very nice groupings at a good distance, very quite (get told that a lot), matches my anno perfectly, light, and nice milling. Very nice price i got it for $45 with free shipping. Definitely a nice alternative to a more expensive barrel, and possibly just as good (i would say so).
Its aluminum("der") so it can scratch easy, you might want to throw a o-ring on the threads so it don't wiggly lose... nothing much
Very nice barrel for the price, would recomend it to anyone looking for a very nice barrel at a very nice price. But you should always try things before you buy them, to see if you like them.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, January 29th, 2005 at 2:06 am PST
Smart Parts All American
Had a Spyder Compact 2000 converted to a bob long millenium.
violator regulator, E- Frame, Lapco Drop forward, Delrin Bolt, Turbo Valve, and numerous other add ons. Currently working on a custom auotcocker
I would recomend PMI premium or Diablo paint
the good well I had a 16 in Cp barrel. I never had a ball break in the barrel while shooting PMI paint I put about 12,000 rounds through it. I had a few breaks with the Diablo paint. but it is a quiet barrel and very accurate, competes very well with the barrels that cost twice as much. I prefered to use it over my Dye barrels.
not really any bad, it was pretty picky about the paint though. try to use medium bore paint in it.
excellent barrel for the 45 dollars I paid for it, even came with its own barrel sock, I don't see Dye or Smart Parts barrels coming with those.
tac performance hopper
20 oz CO2 tank
14" Cp One
Stock TES Barrel
rented 48/3000 air tank
Anything that matches the bore size
This is the greatest thing i have ever bought for my MR1. The barrel makes the accuracy dead on unlike the stock barrel that came with my gun. The barrel does get scratches easy, but thats bc im a woodsballer. It makes the gun look great also and has a neat design.
Accurate, doesn't break paint. one peice construction.
None aside from some funky looks, but i have one of the older barrels.
my CP was a .689 bore and is the best barrel i've shot or seen shoot, one peice or not. it's one of the few barrels i've seen that can shoot feild paint and whitebox, even when it's gone bad. i've put utter garbage through the thing and it spits it out without breaks. i can't even put fresh whitebox through my pimp's pipe without ball breaks. it's one peice and straight. it dosen't have a staged bore or two peice construction to throw curve balls. one peice barrels flat out beat two peice barrels, especially when it comes to shooting cheap paint. don't touch the dye UL or CP two peice, get a CP one peice.
If you're looking for a barrel to shoot whitebox or feildpaint without major issues, this is the barrel to get. I recommend the .689 bore.
Gen E Ninja Matrix LCD
Tadao version 5.0 w/ Musashi 5.0 chip
Evolve Gold version 1.0 Bolt Kit
Hybrid Bruce Lee grips
Custom Products 14" .689 Barrel
Custom Products Grip Regulator
Custom Products Rail
Custom Products ASA (On/Off)
Custom Products Bearing Trigger
Custom Products Snatch Grip
AKA SCM 3 Low Pressure Regulator
CCM No Rise Clamp
Anti Chop Eye
Crossfire 68/4500 Blue
Halo B with Rip Drive
Pretty much the blow test...however the barrel is a .689 cause it says it on the barrel...
I've tried many types of barrels in the past...I've heard of people telling me to get a barrel kit cause you have all these different inserts and you can never go worng...however I've also notices that with a barrel kit you only use about 2 inserts maybe 3...I think it is a waste of money for the barrel kit cause these CP one piece barrels are nice, and cheap...you can get two barrels (.685, .689 or.693) and have the same effect as a barrel kit...plus these one piece are only $45 a piece compared to a barrel kit with 5 bore size ($160-200)...You also have color choices like black, blue, green, purple, red, satin, pewter and dust colors....
GET THIS BARREL...CP makes great products as you can tell with my setup...
2004 spyder imagine
ans gen x-2 reg
cp one piece
lapco clamping feed
Not too many ports
Very smooth bore
Not as good as the more expensive barrels?
This is definitely the best barrel for the price range. It is a little cheaper than the teardrop at many stores, and performs pretty much the same, only it has less ports, which leads to greater efficiency. It is very smooth on the inside and is not paint picky at all. I've shot several barrels and went back to this one because of the price. It is much less expensive than most barrels, but it performs almost as well.
I bought this barrel used for $20 shipped. I got a 12 inch one, shiny chrome-type finish, bore size is .689.
It is cheap, they can be bought new for $40 or $45, and they can usually be found used for about $30 or $25 shipped. For the price, you will never shoot through a better barrel.
I like the fact that they come in tons of colors as well as both dust and shiny finishes, so you can always find one to match your gun. Also, they come in many different threads, including ICD threads which is great because very few barrel manufacturers still make ICD threaded barrels. This barrel looks unique and stands out on the field, it is a very cool design. It is also VERY light. The only barrel I have felt that is lighter is the brand-new Kaner (the one that comes on the Karnivore).
This is the most accurate barrel I have EVER used. I have used friend's guns that have had Boomsticks, UL's, Lapcos, Freaks, AA's, Pipes, and Progressives. My friend has a Boomy on his cocker and it is as accurate as my CP. He was pretty PO'd when he found out that my barrel cost $100 less than his, weighs about 1/3 as much, and is just as accurate. I also compared the CP to my friend's Freak. The CP was noticeably more accurate no matter who was shooting it, despite the Freak having a better paint-to-barrel match. My brother recently bought a CP kit and is getting rid of his Freak after only playing with the CP for one day.
The CP shoots through breaks ok. Of course in order to completely clean out your barrel you need a Straight Shot, but after about 6 or 7 shots the CP is very usable, although its effective range is reduced a bit until you run a straight shot through it. However, I have never actually broken a ball in the barrel. The only times I have had paint get in the barrel is if my gun chopped.
The best barrel I have ever used. It is as accurate as a Boomy and lighter than an UL, and costs half as much. At first I just bought this barrel because it was cheap. I planned to use it for a month or two until I could save up for something better, but now I dont think I will ever buy another barrel. Despite the low price, this thing is as good as any other barrel out there.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, August 3rd, 2004 at 3:40 pm PST