The pro barrel can be bought two ways, either one barrel at a time or all the
pieces at once in a kit. The kit comes in a cool zipper bag that holds all the
pieces. The control
bores come in three sizes, Small (.685) Medium (.689) Large (.693). And the
tips come in four lengths 10", 12", 14", 16" and are available in four colors
Black, Blue, Red, & Green.
The Custom Products Pro Two Piece Barrels 2000 is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
Looks good, shoots straight. I can accurately shoot over 50 yards. The CP barrel provides a control bore to propel the ball and a tip which is .070 which allows the air to surround the ball as it leaves the muzzle to reshape the ball for better accurracy. The two-stage system gives outstanding performance and consistency. Out of the 8000 rounds I put through it, I've had two breaks using 32 degrees team colors, zap, diablo, marbalizer, and I&I store brand.
It's a little loud. Not as bad as the stock Spyder barrel, but not as quiet as an Angel or Cocker either. On a scale I would say 1 quiet and 10 loudest it ranks about a 6.5
I would recommend it. Excellent accuracy, virtually no breaks, easy to upgrade by adding another (longer or shorter) tip.
I have the barrel on a shocker and it is very accurate. I don't have a problem with the noise but others said they did. I have a 12 inch which is very good for front players. I play back and had no problems with accuracy though. The price is also very nice.
only ywo problems. you cant find the other backs any where to change the bore size, and it will only go down to a .685 bore size. Need smaller for hellfire
very nice barrel. The best paint for it is proball or diablo. I have the .685 back so it is hard to use hellfire. Balls roll out but always go straight. Inferno fits perfect and shoots great in it. Same with proball. It is well worth the cost and easily compares to a boomstick. I would recomend it to anyone.