It comes standard with a muzzle break and air rifling down the sides. It is lightweight & very accurate. The Nyte Stikk comes in 12,14, and 16 inch lengths and is available for Tippmann, Spyder, Automag, Angel, and Autococker.
The 32 Degrees Nyte Stikk Barrel is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
stock barrel for spyder victor... not great but it gets the job done
Nyte Stikk 14"
I want to get a remote soon...
suprising enough as it is, the cheapest paintballs are the ones ive had the most luck with. DBX Practice quality have never failed me with this barrel. they have good paint, medium shell, most are good and round, and you can get gobs of them for little mulah.
Accuracy, consistancy. havent broken a ball with it yet, even though i use cheap ammo.
hard to clean when your friend shoots paint in the barrel of the gun...
this is a great product and anyone that has a compatable gun will be very pleased with its performance. very inexpensive, i got mine for $30 even at a place reviered for being overpriced. looks intimidating is 14" form, and does a great job at keeping even the crappiest of balls in a tight group. a little hard to play fast with it, definatly a sit-back-and-wait barrel, mainly because of the length it can get wierd to dive around with and such. im a sniper anyway so it doesnt phaze me...
Great. Get it if you can find it for a good price. if your a sniper its wonderful... but watch where the barrel goes. id hate to see one of these all banged up by someone who isnt used to a 14". they do come shorter though, maybe thats your style.
rebel 02 bottomline w/ gas thru grip and 12" nyte stick barrel
32 degrees competition or big ball
pretty accurate and kinda quiet
could be a bit quieter
its a good barrel. it came as a stock on my gun. it is a very good barrel for the price. its not as quiet as some of the other barrels of its type, but its quiet enough. i have a 12 inch and there are no other 12 inch barrels like it.
get it 12 or 14 its all good for the price or as a stock barrel
Very quiet barrel, and I can't stress how accurate it is for the money.
trying to clean out the porting is the only bad part.
Great barrel for the money. Good accuracy. Quieter than most barrels, and won't break balls rarely if any. And when trying to clean the porting corer the end of the barrel and shoot acouple dry shots through and it should clean right out. Its range is in the middle but closer to the top with exspensive barrels.
Buy this barrel if you are getting into the sport and you just want to upgrade your gun a bit but don't want to put too much money into it.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, October 4th, 2004 at 6:39 pm PST
spyder sonix, 32 degrees 14 inch nyte stikk, VL 12 volt rev., 32 degrees electronic trigger frame
PMI or Diablo
one of the most accurate barrels . CHEAP! only $22.00 at first call paintball!
loud sometimes, only 2 colors to choose from, hard to clean
great thing about this barrel are. 1. very,very affordable 2. loud but not to bad. Way better than a stock barrel. 3.one of the most accurate barrels on the market 3. great range on it. 4. hard to clean but water will take all the paint out. 5. only 2 colors to choose from green and black.
One of the best barrels. Great for someone only looking to spent $30-40. Also great for the long shots.
14'" teardrop, 14" nyte stikk, 12" lapco big shot.
a bunch of camo duct tape to hide bright red anadizing
i only really use PMI premiums.
to start: any thing is better than your stock barrel.
better accuracy than i expected fron 32 degrees
quieter than stock
little more range
rarely broke any paint
not a bad price for a decent 14" barrel
nothing really bad, just don't expect too much.
I primarily shoot with a Tear Drop, but the nite stikk has never done me wrong.
i'll give it a 7 considering a stock barrel is a 1.
Model 98 custom with RT trigger, rear velocity control, x-core expansion chamber, 16" Nyte Stikk
JT Maxim or any RPS paintball
Nothing - Many people have said the bad is cleaning out broken paint in the holes. I break a paintball for about ever 3000 i shoot, so I dont need to use this method often. To clean the holes, remove all paintballs from the gun. Use a rolled up piece of paper towel in the end of the barrel as a sort of barrel plug. Shoot the gun a couple times, and the pressure inside the barrel should get most of the paint out of the holes and able to be cleaned.
-Somtimes Hard to clean (the bores)
-Black (Should be other colors)
-doesn't silence @ all
-LONG BARREL=SLOW FIREING
This is a very good barrle for the price, $70 canadian, but there are better barrles that i've tried. they are awsomly accurate -LONG BARREL=SLOW FIREING-. remember though mine is 16 inces long, very good 4 back man in speedball
Have used cheap no name field paint with out breaks.
This barrel is about the cheapest barrel I have ever bought.
Makes my spyder quieter.
Shoots very straight.
Slightly heavier than my J&J.
Not very good as a walking stick (bit short).
I would recommend this barrel to any one with a spyder, above all the price! The standard barrel made the ball go in sort of the direction you wanted, this thing is great. Go for the 14", tryed the 12" but wasn't as good. I also have a J&J ceramic that I use, not sure which is better. Now carry both & find the ball size out on the day.
I've tried many types of paint - Really all seemed to work well
Very accurate I have tried lots of Barrels out that my friends have payed around 60-120 dollars for. I only payed 43 on ebay and this barrel I swear will shoot better than barrels for 100. I used to think that a longer barrel would shoot farther and straighter ( this is for you newbies ) but I have heard this from tons of other people that most all barrels shoot around the same except stocks of course. Anyway its also lighter than most. I like the looks of it, some people may not but I think so.
Noise it's almost as loud as my stock but some of my friends say it's not loud at all. Once they hear the sound (if they do) then they're already out.
Best barrel I have bought, there was no way that I was spending 100 dollars on a barrel. Really it's the gun and the skills that can make you better.