The CP 1 Piece Classic Barrels are custom made to your fit. These barrels can be customized to bore sizes .685, .689, and ,693 and come in black, blue, red, green, nickel, and 24K gold (for $80.00). They come in the usual lengths of 10", 12", 14", and 16" and fit just about any gun. These barrels are made to fit its user perfectly.
The Custom Products One Piece Classic Barrels are newer, so they should be commonly available, both new and used.
Dye MaTrix LCD
Custom Products 14" .689 Barrel
Custom Products Grip Regulator
Custom Products Razor Drop
Custom Products ASA Adapter
Custom Products Bearing Trigger
Custom Products Snatch Grip
Crossfire 68/4500 Blue
Halo B with Rip Drive
Chipley Machine No Rise Clamp
Dye Rhino Tank Cover
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.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, March 4th, 2005 at 7:39 am PST
2005 spyder x-tra pretty much bore stock other than my CP barrel
really anything that's close to .689 bore size
Cheap, Very low matinence , Quiet ,Accurate,
Love this barrel looks very nice on my spyder and it has many colors available and cheap I got mine for 44.00 at a local store. Accurate I mean this is like ball on ball accurate. Works good with different types of paint. Like I said earlyer its very easy to clean the next shot or too cleans it pretty well.
Very nice barrel for the price why bother with other barrels that are more and work the same when you can get it for this price.
The accuracy of this review is disputed. Please see discussion on the comments page.
Period of Product Use:
Less than a month
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Similar Products Used:
Dye Xcel, Ultralite; A-5 Stock Barrel; Lapco Bigshot; Armson Stealth, (the not stealth one); Freak Sys... etc.
Tippmann A-5 + Centerflag HPA + RT + Rear Velocity + Double Trigger + 14" Dye Ultralite + And of course, The 12" CP one-piece Classic
I used PMI Bigball... it fit the barrel well... also two kinds of Diablo paints
Polished inside compared to the stock barrel; distance
I bought this barrel, and then quickly realized that I needed the Ultralite. My CP one-piece is worse than my A-5 Stock barrel. Infact, it is the worst barrel I have ever used. Although I do find my stock barrel to be considerably better than the typical stock barrel that Tippmann puts out, it is nothing compared to an Ultralite. From my experience on the day I used it, the CP was inaccurate, unless the range was 15 feet, and inaccurate means a 20' spread at 70 Feet, which, with any barrel, sucks.
I took off my CP after recognizing its extreme inaccuracy, and replaced it with my stock barrel, the stock outperformed it in every aspect imaginable. The Stock had greater distance, and much higher accuracy. The CP is inaccurate at every velocity (from highest range to lowest)with Bigball and two kinds of Diablo. It seems that this barrel has no "sweet spot" to tweak to, no consistency, and poor accuracy. I was severely disappointed with a barrel that has supposedly received many compliments and high ratings from other paintball players. I must have at least 10,000 shots through my gun, and the CP barrel managed to break the first ball the gun has ever broken (+ a half dozen more) All other items were in order, including the paint, barrel was clean, gun was clean, feeding was flawless; this barrel is just crapola.
Only because I believe that many who gave this a high rating are familiar with what an accurate paintball gun barrel is, I will assume that mine is a flaw that suffered some sort of terrible accident during its creation (I.E. - a radioactive metal replaced the normal metals used in the production of the barrel)
Another $50+ spent on paintball... In all, this is a very poor barrel. I only found it to be consistently inconsistent.
This barrel is very durable, I slipped on a hill just last month and I didn't get one scratch....But when I let my freind used it, when he put it in his gun, he dropped it on concrete and got just one tiny scratch.
~Gloss Outer Layer-
The gloss outer layer on this barrel makes it look shint and also more durable and helps it from getting scartches....
This barrel is extremely easy to clean, compared to a Apex barrel or the 8" stock it is very easy to clean....
This barrel is extremely quiet, all i could here was the bolt on my gun....
I got this barrel at my local store called 68. calliber, and he was selling this barrel for around $40, it might be a bit expensive at this store, but it was worth it.
~3 Bore Varieties-
This barrel comes in 3 different bore sizes, 683. 689. and 693, i personally like the 693. because after a half a day of paintballing in humid weather, paintballs swell up, which then makes it fit into the barrel better.
But then there are weaknesses.......
~Only like 3 places to buy it-
Like it sais, there are barely any places to buy this barrel, I have been to many paintball stores and none of them had any.....
Although i'm not picky about looks, my freind always say they hate how the "CP" logo is on the side, also the bumps on the end have a use to them, but look kinda weird....
A great barrel for all players, can be used in all paintball varients, such as woodsball and speedbal....
I would tell anyone who is reading this that you should go to your local store and check if they have one.... And don't forget, talk to the manager if they don't have the color you want, and what bore size he would recommend...
1. Tippmann Custom Pro with R/T, Viewloader eVLution 2, '16 CP barrel, 48ci 3000psi pure energy tank
2. Spyder Pilot, Viewloader eVLution 2, '14 "X" barrel, 48ci 3000psi pure energy tank.
Anything! (EVEN MONSTER BALLS!)
2. Quiet (to some degree)
4. Looks sexy
1. Mine is kinda too long (for my purposes)
Well, i bought this at my local pro-shop for like 50 Dollars, which i now consider a good deal. Along with it, i bought the fields white box paint, and filled my tank to go target shooting. I loaded my gun, and set up a target that was give or take about 50 yards away. Myf first shot hit about 3 inches from the center, the next hit about 1 inch from the center, and so on. Heres a graph to help you. i wil update as soon as i can field test this.
Spyder xtra 2006, 32 degrees spring set, 16" cp barrel and reg, empire reloader b, and sypder rocking triger.
Back Up and woodsball:
MR1 stock ( getting spring and maybe a rifled barrel)
Any that work i used worr custom paintballs and they worked great.
Easy to clean
None that i see.
The barrel is a very nice addition to my gun becuase it can self cleans and dosen't break paint either I shot old crummy paint threw well without breaking. I also let one of my firends use it on his gun and it improve his accurcy by alot. It also looked good on my gun. It also was very cheap for such a nice barrel only cost 45 dollars. Just to add to that i bought a MR1 and while using its stock it choped a paintball and after shooting a few more times thet barrel was clean and shoot strait again.
If you want a nice barrel that wont cost alot i would recomend this one to you.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, April 16th, 2007 at 3:40 pm PST
Custom Products Barrel, Trigger, Asa
Xball work well for me (.693)
Paint cleaning (see review)
This is a great barrel for the price. It has good accuracy and is pretty quiet. This barrel is offered in many colors for you to choose from. One of the only things I don't like about this barrel is when you get paint in the barrel from a barrel break, it doesn't clean it out of the way as well as I would like.
This is a great barrel for the price as I already said. If you are even thinking about buying it, buy it. .693 works the best in my opinion.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, January 29th, 2006 at 1:58 pm PST
Tippmann A-5 and Custom Parts 12" barrel is all I need
PMI Premium is what I use. They're perfect!
1. Very, very accurate
The CP logo is upside down
I know that I am a newb but it doesn't take twenty years of experience to tell that a barrel is accurate. When I'm playing woodsball, I can hit a target about 75 feet away! This barrel is precise. Sometimes even farther. It's very easy to clean. Just a few dry shots and done. I don't have to worry about compensating for the ball going to the left or right. My friend used my gun and couldn't believe that I only payed $40 for the barrel and the rest is stock. He has a Tippmann 98 Custom with a Dye grip, lapco bigshot 14", remote line, x-chamber, double trigger, response trigger, rocket cock, Ricochet Apache Hopper, etc... You get the point. He had doubts about paying so much for all the accessories when I only spent $40. It's a good buy for the A-5! Once again, its Spot-on and cheap--SO BUY IT!
I would give it a 10 but there are probably more expensive, prettier barrels that give you the same results.
Kingman Spyder Imagine LED 2005
Ricochet 2KX LCD Loader
45cu 4500psi ACI N2 Tank
Custom Products 12" and 16" barrel
Dye Stick 3 Grip Black
PMI Premiums, they are an exact fit. They are .688 and the barrel is .689. I love it!
-Did I mention dead on accuracy
-Honestly nothing, I can't find a single thing wrong
This is the most amazing barrel I've ever used. The 12" is my preference although I have the 16". The 12" is so unbelievably accurate you can hit a fly off a leaf from across the field ( when using PMI Premiums at least.) It is a good looking barrel with no un-necesary crap. It's barrel is very easy to clean, and when it is clean, IT IS CLEAN. I have never had a single break in my 12". My 16" did break a few and it was all in one game because I switched paint. Anyone looking to buy a barrel for a great price and get the best quality possible out of it, this is the barrel for you. I can truthfully say it is more accurate then 95% of the barrels at my local field.
If you have this barrel along with PMI Premiums I promise you will not be the least bit disappointed, and if you are, I will personally fly to your house and slap you. Trust me on this one, buy it ASAP.
If you want your money's worth, and only $45 dollars worth, this is an awesome barrel. I would suggest getting it while supplies last. Don't miss out and buy something as a substitute to this A+ barrel.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, April 5th, 2005 at 7:41 pm PST
J and J ceramic (little worst but i would definetly recomend it)
Pirhana GTI, 14" CP classic barrel, drop forward
uh, i havn't tryed different types, but the peice of crap field paint that i use works just fine.
The tip of it is really ugly
This barrel is great. It is the best barrel for the money on the market. It is extremely accurate, it can actually lay paintballs exactly where i aim, most other barrels upgrade barrels i try launch paintballs a about six inches off. It is also very inexpensive, if you have a low budget but need to get away from your stock barrel. It is also light , nothing like a stiffi but it will suffice. And it is also a little quiet, not that much but it is a big bonus especially at the mountains and bushs. The biggest problem that i have found is that it the tip looks ugly, other than that this a great barrel.
This is great. If you want accuracy, a good price and relatively quiet and light then you should buy this barrel, i recommend the 14" it is more accurate than the twelve and ten but doesn't create a liability when sticking your gun around the corner.