Spyder Sonix, tippmann model 98 and 98 custom, spyder xtra
Rebel o2 xtreme, 32 6-stage e-chamber,20 oz,ev II hopper,rear cocking cyclone bolt,electro trigger, gas thru stock, remote line, dys stainless
none are nessasary but a new bolt and barrel are good ideas
-accurate (stock barrel)
-consistant velocity and distance
-Nice and HEAVY
-durable as all hell
-chopps on mis-feeds
-chrome dip flakes
I have had it up to here with hearing poeple rag on this guns ball detent. HELLO its a steel ball-bearing all u have to do is take the side that is normaly exposed on the outside of the gun remove it and throw it down on the floor the bearing will pop right back out. And this gun is reletively new so cut 32 degrees some slack their only human all products are prone manufacuring defects at their introduction. And i have never had a problem w/ the stock barrel granted its no flatline but its better than the sonix's or xtra's stock barrel. the stock bolt is average but i payed $134 for this gun new and for that this bolt is actually pretty good with the new barrel and bolt its puts ball on ball 150 yards.
i would highly recommend this product to any new paintball user just beware of lemons
They make two types of vall detents for rebels. The first is the little rubber things that wear out very fast and the seond is the metal ball. I have both types of detents and several rebel guns and would recommend the metal one because the rubber one is a nightmare. It chops less paint (but still chops) and paintballs won't fall out of the barrel with the metal detent. Anyway, I wouln't recommend this gun but if you still want to get it, make sure it has the metal detent.