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jinxs 02-06-2008 03:43 AM

barrels??
 
i was wondering what is a good company for cci phantoms? and are there any carbon fiber ones for cci phantoms?? is so let me know thanks

Heebs 02-06-2008 03:47 AM

There is a CF barrel for the Phantom, good luck getting one there are about 50 or so that were made. Some have aluminum fronts and backs and some have SS. There are like 3 deadly wind barrels out there for the phantom.

Greenmtnphantom 02-06-2008 08:13 AM

CCM also makes a barrel kit that is cf for the phantom those (I believe) can be bought from wevopaintball.com for about $150 Good kits I used to have one. There was one for sale on the threads here or on Phog one of the two, you would have to search for it.

As far as single piece I believe that CCI and Punisher made 20 each, thye sell rarely, and always for a good chunk of change.

SEKTape 02-06-2008 01:51 PM

CCM no longer makes carbon fiber barrel kits for the Phantom. Your only hope is to find a used CCM kit, or one of the other, rarer barrels (made by CCI, Punisher, and Deadly Wind). Another option is to buy the Phantom threaded Freak back, and put a Stiffi tip on it.

As for other barrel kits, J&J makes a good quality one, and Lapco makes good barrels as well. You could also get your stock barrel bored to accept Freak inserts. This can be done by White Wolf Airsmithing, O'Dell's, VKC, and others. Alternatively, I know that White Wolf keeps bored out barrels in stock, so you could just order one.

If all else fails, your stock barrel with a set of detent rings will work just fine. That's a much more cost effective option, and you don't sacrifice much (if any) performance. Best of luck to you.

jinxs 02-07-2008 01:56 AM

thanks for the advice and help and nice Quotes by the way like it

Heebs 02-07-2008 01:59 AM

I just got a CCI CF barrel. Love that thing.


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