Its unique design, helps muffle barrel response and gives the ball less wobble than in other comparable markers. Available in Black, Blue, Red, and Green Anodized Chrome Finishes, in 12, 14, and 16 inch barrel lengths.
The 32 Degrees Quiet Riot Barrel is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
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uhhhh maybe stock barrels. cant be compared to any barrel $40+
Dragun empire T.E.S , Bullet drop , lapco bigshot 14" and Custom products 14" barrels. dertrin bolt, Compressed air, Empire Reloader Loader. "back up -- ACI maverick, Armson stealth barrel, upgraded velocity spring, red dop optic litheum powered sight.
Ummmm im not shure what paint to use. But im guessing maybe a bore size like the 32degrees comp, or team colors.
I guess the price of the barrel is its key strength.
The path the ball takes varies.
Well my experience with the barrel is decent... But i am use to "better" barrels i suppose. So my opinion is that this barrel doesnt get as much distance or acc as all my barrels. But i guess for the price range its decent. When i tested it on my friends gun it seemed to be very in-acc and balls were spinning left and right out of barrel with HUGE curves. But he was a new player ...and im guessing he was using crappy paint or old paint.. So i idk
UMMMMMm if your a new player .. i guess this would be a upgrade from a stock barrel. But i am gonna give it a 4 out of 10
Revvy 12v with upgraded paddles and X-board
48ci 3000psi HPA tank
12 in Quiet Riot Barrel
Anything with a HUGE Bore.
Kinda accurate (If you have a Huge bore)
Very Cheap deal!
Made from 32 Degrees
Still not really accurate
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well....it is actually is accurate then a stock barrel. But its really really heavy compared to stock or other after market barrels. Still is a really good barrel to buy. I got mine for $12 so its a great bargain barrel to buy. Great barrel, kinda loud, kinda not accurate, but still better then stock, and heavy. So if you have a bunch of stuff on your marker or a heavy maker the barrel will just add even more weight.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, January 16th, 2009 at 5:57 pm PST
Ive used this in some woods ball games playing my friends it is pretty quiet the accuracy is the main problem it isnt always "on target" quiet is nice but if a shot hits a tree next to some one they will still know your shooting at them and your suprise attack is ruined but on the bright side they might not be able to hear were you shooting from.
Over all its an ok barrel and i think it wasnt a waste of money if you can spend a few more dollers and buy a better barrel I would
7 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, November 7th, 2006 at 8:50 am PST
32 degrees night stik
stock wgp barrel
kingman spyder sonix
CP 2-piece barrel
CP inline regulator
Trinity quicky trigger
Ricochet 2KX LED
Pure Energy 68/45 fiber wrapped tank
ZAP work great 8 out of 10 fit perfectly
Big Ball is ok about 6 out of 10 fit
Bore size is huge
I got this barrel right after getting my gun it works great when you get paint that fits but even with paint thats small its pretty accurate. So far ive had no problems cleaning or ne other problems besides paint fitting. This barrel is definetly fairly quiet once again u still need the right paint small paint makes it seem kinda loud.
I definetly reccomend this barrel to ne one wanting a good accurete and sweet looking barrel but think before you buy try and find a store near you with large sized paint. I give it a nine because of the bore size
9 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, July 26th, 2006 at 10:02 pm PST
98 custom, R/T, 32 degrees gel grips, 32 degrees 14 in quiet riot, 32 degrees x chamber, rocket cock 2, 9 volt extrem rage hopper.
i use seconds and works fine.
Accurate, Cheap, Good look, Pretty quiet compared to stock.
I cant find any.
I think this is a awsome barrel for a awsome price. its great with this barrel i hit this kid through a small shooting lane in the woods with only 5 shots. he was shooting at me and he was using a stock barrel he asked how much i would sell him this barrel and i said accuracy can not be bought. i would buy this barrel if you need better than stock but dont have the money for a dye barrel.
I would recommend this 100% for anyone who wants a great barrel for a great price. It is for sure a 10/10.
This barrel is light and accurate. For all you beginner players out there I really hope you get this barrel. This barrel never chops. But if you don't have good paint it will curve. It's also very light and good for beginning back players. I'd recomennd the 14'' though. I hope you get it. It's awesome.
Just get the barrel, you will be very happy with it
This is a good barrel for a begginer, i got it when i first started now i have a teardrop, it is alot more accurate than stock with a 8 inch spread from about 125ft i think, from about 65ft i shot a ball through a two inch hole,(may be i was really lucky).
If you want an accurate begginer barrel then get this one.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, May 31st, 2005 at 9:15 pm PST
tippman 98 custom and electric halo hopper + double trig
hellfire or blaze
*Makes overall range longer
*Never chops paint
Not really any.
I've played paintball for a good amount of years and have used many guns and barrels.
This barrel is a surprisingly great upgrade barrel. It has very good accuracy and range, and it makes the ball go where you want it. It is a great barrel for any beginner, or even a more seasoned paintballer and for a price of only $35 , I would say this is a good for almost anyone. The first time I used it was in about my sixth year of paintball. like i said, by then I had used many barrels and guns; anyways I had just burrowed it from my buddy and was gonna try it out. My first 3 shots at a guy about 50 feet hit him. I was amazed and couldnt beleive it when my bud told be after words that he bought it for only $35 . So I also bought one a little while later and still use it. Its pretty quiet and has great accuracy and range.
Great begginer upgrade barrel, try it and you'll see, just look at the name--quiet....
PMI EVO 2k4,14" Whisper, Detonator Reg,Rj Skate's Evo Bolt, 12 Volt Revvy, 48 ci CA Tank
<<Rebel Extreme w/Multimode Board,12" Quiet Riot, Stock Reg, 12 Volt Revvy>>
Game Face "Scorch" (All Around A Good Paint, Very Forgiving)
Quiets Down Loud Guns, mine was free, cheaper than progressive
has some inconsistancy's, could be the Rebel
When I first bought the Rebel, I bought it to tinker with, and test some LP knowledge i had gained, After buying it, i put a multimode board in it, and tested it, even with the loose tolerances the gun was made with, the quiet riot held its own, i could hit a 9" wide tree from about 40 yards, w/out much drop or curve 3/4 times, even with a chopped ball.
This barrel is no Tippmann flat line, but for the economy minded player, this barrel is a good upgrade from a stock spyder barrel or as a good barrel to play weekend warrior games, shoots good through breaks for me, (the old hold on end, no ball trick to clean out porting). Make sure you clean it well, if not , it will break paint due to residue in barrel.
this barrel is good economically, but there are better just as cheap, but im going to give it an 8.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, March 4th, 2005 at 4:51 pm PST