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|05-14-2012, 01:51 AM||#21 (permalink)|
The CCM kit is very nice, shooting paint that was not round and very inconsistent in size (do not buy Draxxus Silver), it shot great. The 14" barrel is very nice!
Played Sat, shot my DW w/ freak inserts, SM-1 and a CCM barrel kit and with the paint I was shooting (Draxxus Silver), the CCM kit did the best!
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|05-18-2012, 02:56 PM||#23 (permalink)|
Sold the CCM Barrel Kit- here's why
I tested both my CCM Barrel Kit and DW kit using .684 back on both of them. I used a hand held chronograph (my results should be +-3 according to the chrono factory label before I get to measure).
I used Valken Redemption paint (the best paint sold in my area)
I chrono'd to 280 fps on each barrel and then shot 100 balls through each.
Chrono: Readings where almost identical very little diffrence again +- 3 error and the results on each averaged +-6.
Shot consistency: Both could hit a dinner plate at 110 ft consistantly
Now the difference: If a ball breaks (I had to double feed to get this affect) in the barrel they are drastically different. I used a fresh "Battle Swab" squeegee to clean each barrel individually and got dramatic results.
The CCM barrel does considerably better with a broken ball after cleaning, a few shot and it back to dinner plate accuracy. I attribute this to it's gloss finish inside the barrel.
The DW has to be cleaned perfectly before it can perform to it's normal standards. I think this is because it has so much porting the paint gets stuck and causes problems as the ball travels down the semi clean barrel.
It comes down to looks and weight while having a matching barrel is nice the DW lightens up the marker and I like the carbon fiber look, a lot! So I kept the DW kit and sold the CMM kit.
Thank you for you input, It forced me to test the CCM kit before I sold it.
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