A sister barrel to the Quiet Riot, this barrel puts the ball where you want it, and with its unigue small to large barrel porting it makes less noise and creates less wobble as the ball leaves the barrel. This also increases its accuracy and consistency shot for shot. Available in 12 and 14 inch lengths in black, blue, red, silver, and green anodized chrome finishes.
The 32 Degrees Whisper Barrel is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
Armotech WG-65 Elite
Bushnell 4x32 Scope
Low Power Laser
12v Revy Hopper
Competition is ok, as is team colors, but if you really want paint that works go with marbalizer.
terrible in winter
too many pores
Overall this is a great barrel for under $40, and I was happy that I got a little mroe than what I payed for. Teardrop barrels are better for only about $10 more though, and work better in winter. In spring and summer, about 70 degrees farenheit is when it works at its best.
In the winter, it sucks, I dont know why. I think it might be the paint that I used in the winter that made it suck actually...
It maade a huuuge difference in noise on my Piranha Pro TS G3, I don't know how it affects other markers though.
Overall a great barrel to buy if you want to increase your gun's accuracy but not pay a hella lot of money. Buy it if you want decent looks and decent accuracy.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, January 12th, 2004 at 8:43 am PST
32 degrees carbon fiber
ACI zero gravity
Tippmann 98 custom w/custom paint job whisper barrell benchmark drop forward revolution hopper ACI 44ci 3000 psi air tank
something large bore
Well like 32 degrees says it is quiet, it looks good, and it is fairly accurate for how much you pay for it.
Too much porting!!! although the porting on this barrell is its main feature it also is the worst. Having so much porting releases all the pressure behind the ball forcing you to use more air per shot, thus making your efficiency too low to make it worth going out because you will be out of air before you know it.Last weekend I was playing with my whisper barrell and to shoot 700 rounds I used up my 44ci, 14oz and half of a 12oz.
this barrell is good on accuracy quiteness and looks good, but the efficiency is what really hurts this barrell.But for fifty bucks is really not too bad of a purchase.
Well i got this for 50! What a rip off. It's as loud as my stock barrel. The little logo thing is glued on, so it'll come off easy. I shoulda just saved for a St!ffi... The store that i got this from doesnt accept returns, so I'm stuck with this thing until i sell it(If I can) and no1's gonna even pay 30 for this thing. Dont trust pball stores' opinions, try barrels out for yourself.
Dont get this unless your limited on money or poor
5-Cus it's a barrel i guess and it's sumwhat better than my stock barrel
Stock barrel from Spyder Pilot; the Whisper outperforms it on two levels. One being with the right paint/barrel match the Whisper is more accurate w/a smaller grouping of shots, longer distance, and quieter shot. The second is when the paint to barrel match is less than ideal. The Whisper still worked real well but it did break a few balls this time around versus no breaks before.
Spyder Pilot w/Quantum hopper, 32 degrees Whisper 14".
Spectrum V-1 or Diablo's. Camotac worked well, too.
Shoots straight & often.
Breaks balls which leads to wicked curves; doesn't clean itself out well.
Best $20 I spent on anything paintball related except for my mask.
I didn't use enough words so I'll share a few things ...
I heard a devil curse
Over the heath and the furse:
"Mercy vould be no more
If there were nobody poor,
And pity no more could be
If all were happy as ye:
And mutual fear brings peace,
Are mercy, pity, and peace. - William Blake
If you're looking to upgrade from stock and don't want to spend a lot of money look at these.
This barrel is amazing. I've used it for only about three months but it has been great. I was really suprised by how accurate it made my gun. Also from time to time I can snipe people if they are not paying attention. This barrel is also very cheap. You can buy it for $30 on actionvillage.com. This barrel also makes my gun a little bit quiter but its not a silencer.
Does not screw in all the way to gun sand down the threads make skinnier
I got the barrell for free from my dads stuff left over from hi paintball store I had wanted the barrel for about 2 years now but didnt have the tippmann to use it i purchased the gun and got the barrel the barrel is fenominal shoots acurate and very quiet the gun makes a solid thump sound does not miss much as long as you shoot in the genral direction the range is awsome you can be gettin unloaded on by e triggers and shoot maybe 5 or 6 balls and still tag them before you get hit. the barrel looks sweet wich is a plus itd be tight in black though.
I recomend this barrel its pretty cheap great but might need to be fixed by yourself witht the grinding down of the thread to make fit the gun properly.
Spyder Victor 2 with Kingman rocking trigger frame, Empire reloader hopper, 45/6000 pure energy HPA and 14'' 32 degrees whisper barrel
The ones filled with paint
Quality and Price
Can be difficult to clean
After getting my Victor 2 and playing quite a few games with it I realized my stock barrel sucked something aweful. So after surfing the web for a while I stumbled across this sweet thing, the specs looked nice and so did the price. I was wrong, this thing exceeded my expectations by 10 fold. My accuracy improved drastically, my distance was improved by at least twice as much, and quiet, oh my god is this thing quiet. They whould have named this barrel the quiet riot. Not only does it perform well it's tough. I play alot of woods ball, and do alot of crawling and running through the woods, and there is not a single ding or scratch on it. It looks like the day it did when I bought it.
If you're looking for a barrel that performs well and is durable without having to rape your wallet, I highly sugest this barrel.
The accuracy of this review is disputed. Please see discussion on the comments page.
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Spyder Pilot ACS stock setup for this test.
Hurricanes, Monsters, Super swirls and RPS premiums all shot well. swirls and RPS premiums were slightly more accurate.
Good for accuracy, but not exceptional.
Heavier than stock barrel.
This review was conducted to test the sole purpose of the whisper barrel (how quite it is).
What i did was set up my laptop with my audio recording software and a Sony parabolic microphone. I tested shots from three positions mic in front, to the side and behind me.
Now keep in mind this is a test with a stock marker to evaluate if the whisper barrel is a good upgrade to start with.
The first test shots were with the microphone in the front position 3 feet away from the marker muzzle. results were spyder stock barrel -24db, whisper barrel -18db which is significantly louder.
The second shots were with the microphone 3 feet to the side of the marker. The spyder barrel tested -43db and the whisper -19db. Once again the whisper barrel was much louder.
The third set of shots were with the microphone behind me. the db meter only picked up a minor .5db difference with the whisper barrel slightly higher in db and graph spike.
in conclusion this barrel was nice although it did change the balance of the marker slightly and accuracy was not tested thoroughly the main focus was to see if it lived up to the hype of being whisper quiet.
My findings show it is not even close to the stock spyder barrel in the first two tests. It is in fact much louder. This test is not conclusive as to how loud this barrel sounds at 20 or even 50 feet I did not have the proper equipment to test at that range but the test i performed will give a good baseline of the barrels performance. I rate it lower than average due to the fact it is heavier and did not perform as well as the stock barrel.
4 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, May 9th, 2006 at 10:22 am PST
i've been using the whisper for about a month now. i'm not a tournament player. in fact i like woods ball more than speedball. i'm not the player who's going to spend $1000 on a marker setup. But i do get competative and i want my marker to fire like it's suppose to.
for the price this barrel is great. it's not really much quieter than most ported barrels. maybe a little. it's not the most accurate but it works. how many times do you really get the opportunity to take careful aim anyway? for $30 it's better than the stock barrel on most spyders and lower end markers. i havn't had a single ball break in the barrel and i've been getting pretty good distance. it works just as good as my 16 inch smart parts barrel i paid $50 dollars for in 1996.
If you want something a little better than the 9 or 12 inch that comes on a lot of lower end markers, this will work great for you. and it looks good as well.
When i first got this barrel i liked the look of it even though it had many holes wich does help keep your gun more quite. One day when i went paintballing and used this barrel i was the most quite one thier when we shot it also shot pretty straight
If you need a barrel by the whisper barrel
10 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, March 14th, 2006 at 1:54 pm PST