Custom Products CP Dynasty Champions Two Piece Barrel - Autococker


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CP 2 Piece Barrel
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The 2010 CP Dynasty barrel is here!!! The most winning team on the planet is DYNASTY and they have teamed up with Custom Products to produce a true World Champion CP Dynasty Barrel. The barrel is available in 14" and 16" lengths and in .679, .682, .685, .689, & .693 bore sizes. We've taken the porting further back on this barrel to reduce noise and improve accuracy. "I never knew how much of a difference a barrel could make until I shot the new CP Dynasty barrel," said Dynasty's Ryan Greenspan.


  • This aluminum barrel offers any level of paintball enthusiast, from beginner or professional an added advantage of both performance and stunning good looks

  • Well machined, honed and anodized

  • Tournament level barrel at an affordable price

  • Very accurate and quiet

  • CP Dynasty Barrel Design

Manufacturer Custom Products
Barrel Type Two Piece
Thread Type N/A
Supported Marker N/A
Color Black, Blue, Green, Pewter, Purple, Red, Silver, Yellow
Bore Size .679, .682, .685, .689, .693
Barrel Length 14, 16
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    Hi, Can you please tell me the reason for the different bore sizes. Do paint balls all come in different sizes? I thought they all came in .68 (+/- the manufacturer tolerances)right? In addition how does the insert effect the shot. I'm sure its like a choke some how. Please educate me. Thanks in advance, Mike
    Asked on 2/28/2013 by michael from United States

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    • Staff Reviewer


      You are correct that all paintballs are .68 caliber but they vary in their actual size. Some paintball batches can be as small as .678 caliber and some as large as .695 caliber. The different size barrel backs allow you to match the exact paintball you are using to the barrel. This will give you the most consistent shots as will as the best accuracy. If the ball is to tight for the barrel, you will have excessive ball breakage. If the ball is to big for the barrel, your accuracy will be off, efficiency of the gun will decrease and the consistency of the shot will drastically decrease.

      Answered on 4/19/2013 by Staff from Simi Valley, CA
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