These are generic barrel models that can be used from marker to marker. The threading specifications I employ were accurate enough to be functional on other models that I've previously made, but is not guaranteed to be a production standard.
PDF document (.pdf)
Description: Dimensions used for male and female autococker barrel threading used by KEE markers.
Description: Powder-coated one-piece barrel that appears on most Ions from the factory (some others came with SP Progressive barrels). This is a good demo for other SP barrels made from their 2006 series styles with flared muzzles.
Description: A one-piece Autococker-threaded barrel made by Custom Products. This particular was made for FEP in the past.
Smart Parts Two-Piece Barrels:
These barrel backs and fronts are designed to mate with one-another to create a full barrel.
Description: Aluminum freak back (series 2002) with Autococker threading. Jewel not included.
Description: Aluminum freak back (series 2002) with Impulse/Ion/Nerve/NXT/Luxe threading. Jewel not included.
Description: Aluminum freak back (series 2002) with Shocker threading. Jewel not included.
Description: All American style barrel front for an SP back. This is a short 12 inch version (which only makes a 12 inch barrel when mated with an AA back).
Description: Freak style barrel front for an SP back. This is a short 12 inch version (which only makes a 12 inch barrel when mated with a Freak back)
Description: Model for a typical aluminum freak insert, this one happens to be the 0.689 [blue] model. For the record, the outside diameter of other Freak inserts isn't as critical of a dimension compared to the inside diameter (the bore size) and thus it isn't as tightly controlled. Sometimes, one-piece non-SP barrels that have been retrofitted to hold Freak inserts will not work very well with EVERY insert out there.
Dye Two-Piece Barrels:
Description: Ultralite barrel back, threaded for Autococker-thread markers.
Description: This barrel front mates with an Ultralite back to form a 16 inch barrel in total.
SolidWorks assembly file (.sldasm)
Description: This folder contains two part files (barrel back and barrel front) as well as a SolidWorks assembly file mating the two together. Threads not included but their related diameters are present.