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.
Stock Mechanical Vexor barrel. The Whisper is great!
The Spyder Imagine LED. A Halo B with a rip drive hopper. Crossfire 3000 psi 68 cubic inch alloy steel compressed air tank. 32 degrees 14" Whisper Barrel.
I used the field paintballs. I think they were Draxxus Rec Sport Paintballs. I also used WGP Domination paint. Domination is better.
Quieter, sleek, and more covert.
None so far.
This barrel was whippin' ass out there. With it i was provided cover for my guys over half the length of the field without lobbing. Helps with being accurate as well. I have a Black barrel and it really helped when i was hiding in dark areas. In that possition, the stock silver barrel would have definitely given me away and got me lit up like a Christmas tree.
If you want a good barrel and a low cost get this one. Cheap and good for your money.
-Spyder Pilot Camo.
-Co2/12 & 9 oz.
-32 Degrees Whisper barrel or stock barrel.
-Large bore sized a.k.a: Whack, Core, ect.
-A little bit quieter, but not too much.
-Hard to clean unless you like to take the time to clean it.
-When I used this to upgrade from my stock barrel i was amazed at the accuracy.
-The holes on the barrel do silence your shots a little, but not much if you are dry firing(which is never a good idea by the way).
-It's not heavy for those who are interested, that is, next to any other aluminum barrel on the market.
-A good middle priced barrel.
-Awesome accuracy for being a 14'.
VL triad, 32 degrees 14" whisper barrel, 20 oz co2.
Accurate, quieter, looks pretty cool, pretty cheap for the quality.
In tall weeds its hard to maneuver around while crawling or crouching.
I would reccomend this barrel for any one new to advanced players, it increases accuracy and range for markers. I usually use premium paintballs because thats the middle priced paint my local field offers and it works great. Other paint I've tried like blue streak (This paint sucks for any gun!) and heavy metal dont work very good.
This barrel is reccomended by me.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, December 27th, 2005 at 8:29 pm PST
16 inch nightstick(louder) boomsticks, stock barrels on almost everything
Lite titanium bolt
Nitro Duck X stream 68-45
Red Sticky 3's
Rufus Dawg Center Feed
ProMark Blade Trigger + Guard
Maddmann spring kit(Green Main, red sear)
Macro line kit-black
Fake E-mod/led light(broken)
Lots and lots of custom milling and other work
all star or premium, marbs are a little to small
Effin accurate and quiet
Well i got this barrel 2nd hand from a friend, hed only used it once so i said sure. I dont remember how it did the first time i field tested it, but when i tested it against my nightstick, it was quieter, more accurate, and shot almost as far. Today i love it, i use all star mostly, and it makes my 98 as accurate as a high end e-cocker, trust me ive tryed lots of 'em. The only downside to this barrel is that when i do break a ball i usally have to squeegie more than one time, but thats probably because my squeegie sucks=\
Overall one of the best barrels ive used, still my fav is a boomstick, but for the money you cant beet this
Looks like a silencer
Far better then stock
Not as good as a J&J but oh well.
I got this thing about 2 years ago and its been pretty good for me. Its far better then a stock barrel and it looks pretty cool. I knew it wasnt the best out there and I didnt know about the J&J's but still I'm satisfied with it. Many people have complained about it curving when their velocity was too high but that has never been a problem with my TL. I plan on putting this barrel on my new Pilot instead of going out and blowing 30-50 bucks on a better barrel that I probably wont know the difference.
Good barrel for the cost. If balls start curving, turn down your velocity.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, November 10th, 2006 at 4:57 pm PST
A stock 9 inch barrel from my PMI and it shot so bad you shoot and you watch the paintball like its a bird going whereever it wants to go
PMI Pirahna GTI with whisper barrel, Halo TSA hopper and im still upgrading it.
you may think they are cheap paintballs but trust me PMI Bigball Paintballs work as if you were shooting marbilizers
It shoots very accurate and pretty good velocity
Nothing at all
This barrel is my 5th out of all my paintballing and this is one of the best i have ever had. It shoots very accurate. If you do buy it you want to check your fps because this made a dramatic change on my GTI. But thats an easy fix. It looks so tight. If you want a very accurate barrel buy this.
I like x-balls the most. PMI's worked extemely well too.
Quiter than stock
Lil picky on paint
Holes are lil hard to clean
This was my first upgrade for my 98. I love it. I can actually use the sights now. The stock barrel was soo much worst. It quit noise down enough but its still loud. I really dont care about noise though. As long as it is accurate, I dont care. This is not to be confused with a freak or flatline. Its good enough for me though. It was cheap. I paid like 30 bucks for mine. Im gonna eventually get a snapshot or something a little bit better but its a low low priority. I like this barrel alot. Paints fine as long as u get medium bore size(687) or larger. No wal mart balls!!. I didnt have any breaks with wal mart balls but anything and everything is more accurate and better quality. Mine scratched easily because I play a lot of woods. Its not that bad though. And paint gets in the holes at the end but i run some water throuh it at the end of the day and it looks like new. I liked it more than the tear drop barrel. even though that is a nice barrel too.
This product is great for someone looking for a good barrel at a good price. I wouldnt suggest that tourney players or profesional woods ball players use this as a primary barrel. If u do recreation woodsball like me, it is a nice match and great price.
Much quieter than stock barrel
Shoots very straight
Chops cheap balls
If velocity is up too far then it wont shoot that straight
Very good barrel for both speed-ball and wood-ball. In speed-ball you'll love that it's very accurate. In wood-ball you'll love that it's very quiet.
When I first played with my friends Mitch and Zach they said that it wouldn't help me that much and they would show me that it doesn't matter what barrel you have. Oh were they wrong. When we were filling our hoppers we started shooting at a wooden box about 130 yards away. It had a wooden "X in the middle of it. I was shooting very close to the "X", while Mitch and Zach said that they were just trying to hit the box. Also, as we shot around we noticed that my gun was shooting a lot quieter than theirs were. First game of speed-ball I shot Zach in the face. Second game of speed-ball I shot Mitch in the chest. Third game of wood-ball I shot Zach in the abs and had Mitch runnning from, "The Sniper." He named me that and ever since I've had the barrel the name has stuck.
This barrel was very excellent. If people tell you that the J&J Ceramic is better than this they are stupid and dont listen to them. This barrel blew my J&J out of the water.
Otterized Spyder Imagine
32* 14" Whisper
CIP Assault Block
BL Torpedo Reg
Java metal feedneck
Not too good for going low pressure
This barrel is super quiet. All I can hear now is the clicking of the solenoid and the sliding of the bolt and hammer. The blue 32 degrees logo looks out of place on a black barrel though, but you can't really see it while playing. It's perfect for when you play pure woodsball, but looks out of place on the speedball field.
used all kinds but found that marballizers are the best
Not so quiet
Accuracy could be better
I've had my barrel for a little over 6 months. shot it many times and found ok results.this barrel is basically all your paying for. its cheap and thats the kinda accruacy and noise level you get with it.its very shiny and kinda loud so all woodball players stay away from this barrel.if your looking for a cheap barrel that is better, go with the lapco bigshot or the dye ceramic.
If you dont have much to spend and you want a decent barrel go for this