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.
2005 Spyder Imagine LED
14" CP barrel
Pure Energy 68/3000 fiber wrapped tank
Revolution 12v hopper
Any that fit the bore size well
When I was looking at getting a new barrel, for my budget it was really between the CP barrel and the Progressive barrel. I figured that a barrel is a really important part of my setup, so I went with the mor expensive CP barrel. (in 14".)
Upon testing in my backyard, the CP barrel had a deffinate advange over the stock barrel. At about 20-25 YARDS, I was landing all my paint in about a 5" diameter circle (give or take.) At the same range, the stock barrel consistantly landed them in about a 10" diameter circle, with the occasional ball going astray. There was a deffinate noise difference, but I wouldn't say HUGE. It was there though.
Taking my barrel to the field, I enjoyed it very much. It IS pretty accurate. My buddy has a Tippman 98 custom with a Flatline barrel, and we were shooting at a small square board of wood maybe 8" x 8", at about 25 yards. He hit once out of 3 shots; all 3 of mine landed on the board (in an almost perfect triangle, as a matter of fact.) I would say that my barrel seemed more accurate within its range than the flatline... the flatline just had farther range (but at that range it didn't seem to matter too much because the paint had broken on some brush or something by then.)
The biggest disappointment about the barrel was that I thought the impressive-looking porting would keep the gun relatively quiet. The only barrels that were'nt quieter than mine were the Flatlines (they don't have porting) and the stock barrel. Kinda a bummer.
If accuracy is your top concern, this is a good buy for the money. I wish I had purchased the 16" instead, I don't think the extra length would have made a mobility issue but it probably would have improved range and accuracy a noticible amount (slight, but noticible.) I was looking for a quiet barrel, and this one wasn't eally that quiet, so I'm giving it an 8. Overall, happy with its performance (when looking strictly at range and accuracy) but disappointed with the comparitively high noise level, as compared to other aftermarket barrels that I've seen on the field (especially agaisnt autocockers!! Man those things are quiet.)
Kingman spyder imagine 2005,
custom products 14inch
egg 2 w/ y-board,
CP drop forward
20 oz c02 tank
next upgrades are
Dye sticky 3 grip
Listed in price they all work great,
Looks, dead on, all together sweet.
Notta i c.
I would highly recommend this barrel for anyone, its wicked accurate! i love my barrel its very accurate, got a nice look and is dead on I would order this barrel from actionvillage for 39.99$ lowest it gets tell me if you find a better deal. Oh yah i would recommend the 14inch, 12inch is to short wont be as accurate, 16inch is to long unless your a sniper. but i dont know just my personal opinion
Get it. its way worth it.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, September 1st, 2005 at 2:43 pm PST
Shoots through breaks
None that i have found.
If u have a budget below 100$ this is the barrel to go with it shoots very straight. Its also very quiet and it shoots through breaks. I got the 16in because it is so quiet and that is such an atvantage. Because if u go to high ground and get a good hideing spot u can just shoot away and no one will kno were u are. First time i used this barrel i sat up on a hill and hide in a bush a picked of 3 people an the whole time they were screaming were the f*** is he.
this is a good barrel and it has a good price. it has everything u need in a barrel. The only barrel i would buy instead of this would probable be a flatline because of the flat arc and distance.
Paint in the barrel is a pain, but that's to be expected.
Wow. I bought this barrel for 55.95 CDN, and I am totally blown away by it. You've likely already read the reviews on it's accuracy, so I'm going to try to fill you in compared to a TearDrop and a Progressive.
Compared to a 14" TearDrop on another Victor II, the CP holds it's own. As far as I can tell, it's just as accurate, if not more so. It's not really louder, just a sharper sound, which I think is due to the Teardrop shaped porting in the TearDrop ( duh. )
Compared to a 14" Progressive on a 98 Custom, the CP once again takes it. It's quieter, lighter, and similar accuracy, if not better.
If you're worried about the anodizing from all the reviews saying it scratches easily, don't be. I've bashed my barrel into door ways, walls, and bunkers, and have yet to do any visible damage.
Ball breaks in the CP are a piss off, but that can be expected with any barrel. However, if you have a good paint to barrel match ( .689 bore size and DraXxus Blaze were meant for each other ) you needn't worry.
If you're looking for a low end barrel that does what you need it to do, and doesn't cost a whole lot, get a CP. It's everything you need, for less than you'd expect.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, June 29th, 2005 at 11:47 am PST
piranha vtl 2k3
32* drop forward
16 in. cpc
and some other stuff
draxxus fumula 13's
Bore might be a little small(depends on balls)
I love this barrel. Be careful to use the right balls with it because it will chop the balls if not careful. I have a lot of one-shot kills with this barrel. I would recomend this barrel to anyone, just use the right balls with it. Save your money to buy this.
Blue Imagine 04
CP Classic 14"
15 degree front block
BL torpedo reg.
eggy2 and 12v revvy
All PMI basicly
32 Degrees Ice
Accuracy, looks, CP, cheap, quiet
None at all
Well, I just got this about 2 weeks ago in the mail to replace my Progressive. And I have to say this barrel it amazing. I went through a bag of practice paint and I chopped once. So I dry fired and it was still dead on accurate. You really can not go wrong with this.
If you have the money for it definatly get it. Its alot better then the SP pro. and teardrop. I got it for $40 and with only a $5 difference then the 2 SP barrels....Pff get this no question. And I usually dont give things 10/10, but this deserves it.
This barrel will shoot anything as long as you dont mind balls rolling out of your auococker. for other guns this barrel works fine with any kind of paint from Brass-Eagle, to Evil.
Easy to clean
available for many markers
When I first got this barrel, i had very little experiance with upgrading, but by looking at the forums I decided that I needed a new barrel. The barrel that I got was for my old spyder. Due to the excellence craftsmanship of this barrel I feel it deserves a review even though I sold it to get a bolt for my autococker. This is an excellent barrel for any gun period. it is fairly light and extremely accurate for what you pay for. when I got mine it was from a pro-shop so I spent about $80 on it instead of $50. I do not regrett that in any way, this is a great barrle and well worth the money.
This is a superb barrel and you will notice a change in accuracy for the better right after you install it and shoot it. I am going tonight to get a CP 2 piece for my autococker, Keep up the good work CP!
10 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, July 6th, 2004 at 2:52 pm PST
X-mag C&C blue to silver fade, Evil Pipe Barrel Kit, Evo II with Y-Board, AGD warp-feed, Air Gun Designs 3,000psi 68ci Flat Line air system
Medium to Large paintballs
Accurate, light weight, easy to clean, price, not flimsy
kind of loud
The CP Classic Barrel is one of the best economy/ mid-level barrels you can buy. The finish on the inside is absolutely flawless. Paint flies nice and straight when it leaves this barrel and maintains its path quite well.
Priced at around $50-$65 it is a steal. This barrel is very sturdy, and very light weight. You can feel the quality when you handle it.
The ONLY draw back that I found with this barrel is that it was loud. Of course I has a Tippmann 98 Custom when I had this barrel. And Tippmanns are loud any way. So it may have just been the marker.
If you want to upgrade your barrel consider this as one of your choices. It's hard to go wring with this barrel.
Tippmann A-5 with a 14in CP one piece classic barrel 689 , a expansion chamber, and a dead on paintball Double trigger and 12oz and 20oz Co2 pure energy tanks
anything this gun doesnt break any balls you dont need to buy very expensive paint unless your rich
its quiet, strong, accurate, cheap
it seems to work better outdoors then indoors but probably becuase lower velocity indoors
its a great barrel its cheap it is quiet its very accurate it looks awesome it doesnt break any paint no matter what kind of paint you have it is the best barrel you could get for around 55$ but i got mine for 40$ brand new if you dont have that much money and need a barrel this is the barrel to get i would recommend this barrel to anybody
go out and get this great barrel you will not regret it
10 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, June 7th, 2004 at 12:53 am PST