spyder xtra, sonix, aggresor, tippmann 98 custom, and raptor
32 degrees Rebel 02 bottomline electronic
32 degrees terminator barrel
drop forward rail
gas thru vertical
shoots strait, acurate, good stock gun, short triiger pull, easily clean
bolts that hold gun together SUCK! also barrel is too short and loud.
Overall the gun is a great starter gun, and for the price is awesome for anyone. The gun is good stock, but great after upgrades. gun also looks great, and is light. easy to carry around all day during a game. Gun is easy to take apart and clean, and 32 degrees sells allot of aftermarket upgrades for gun, also can be improved.
Overall the gun is a great buy for a beginner, cheap and very durable. Easy to clean, take apart, shoot, evrything. GREAT GUN!!! After about $75 of upgrades the gun is awesome!!! It gets a nine because you have to buy the upgrades for it work at full potential.
I bought this gun used for $50.00 for my dad to use. It worked fine for 6 months then it started leaking. No big deal I didn't expect much from a used Rebel. As of now it still leaks. My dad doesn't play much anymore so it doesn't matter. The trigger pull SUCKS. 32 Degrees could not have made it much worse. It is long heavy and sloppy. It shoots fairly accurate with the stock barrel but I suggest you get a new one if your planning on using this as a permanent gun, not a backup. There is no tourney lock.
It's OK I guess. There are better newbie guns out there so I would get something like a Tippmann or something so just get this if your broke.
New Barrell. The barrell it comes with is inaccurate but for starters, its good enough.
Price is $100.
Efficient on CO2
Not Too Loud.
This is a great new marker, the only weakness is the barrell.
Ive shot 1000 rounds with this marker and it never broke any of them. This uses very little CO2 which is good for me because i dont have a dealer around me. I dont know how it uses other kinds of opaint becasue Ive only used 32 degrees, and obviously it works great. This is a great marker for any level of player, but I will replace the barrell eventually (probaly a 32 degres Nyte Stikk). Beside the point, I would reccomend it to anyone and the price is right too, I bought mine for just under $100.
Great overall gun I would buy it without thinking twice. This is great for starters, low price and its cheap to operate. Dont just buy this gun because of the price, it is also a steal for only $100
ive shot at least 1 gun of about every brand there is.......so im not going to list all those
an upgraded piranha g2 vtl, a 2002 rebel, and a tippmann model 98 custom with a 16' taso winforce barrel........
expansion chamber, longer barrel and when the trigger breaks get a new one
-cheap...i got a used players pack for $50
-easy to take care of
-easy to clean and take apart
-made by a well-known and fairly respected company
-comes in a variety of colors (i was cursed with a purple one)
-has a 1 year warranty
-easy to cock
-light...this is by far the lightest gun i have ever shot
-isnt a gas hog
-you can adjust the volocity really quick and easy
-has fairly decent range
-looks cool (itd be better if it were black or something)
-long trigger pull....i can shoot twice as fast with my tippmann just because the trigger pull is really short
-i have a feeling the trigger frame will go bad and the sear will break since thats what kept happening with my piranha
-trigger doesnt fit my hand very well...with my other guns its very comfy but with this its just annoying
-i bought mine used and they took the bottomline off of it and the little metal part in the trigger frame shakes and you have to put it a certain way if you want to put an expansion chamber in and screw it in
-not very good for rec since it isnt all that rugged
great gun...i bought it for my dad and hes a newbie so its perfect for him. cheap, reliable gun...it has a 1 year warranty on it and so does my tippmann and this gun costs $50 or $60 less.............nothing has gone wrong with it but im waiting for something to so im giving it a 9..................
spyder and a lot of people say the 98 but when i shot my friend's it seemed a lot better then the rebel
rebel with: bob long cyclone bolt, twisted paintball spyder/rebel volumizer, 32 degree flame drop forward, 12" dye boomstick, 32 degree mini gauge, 32 degree 6 stage expansion chamber, and a 12 oz tank
all the stuff you see in my marker setup
its a ok gun for the person just starting out but with the money some places want for it i would just spend a little more and get rebel le
but this gun doesn't use that much co2
works great in small fields
not to heavy like some guns
lots of upgrades
it doesn't work to great in cold weather (seems to freeze)
stock barrel sucks really bad
mine first shot really good now its not shooting over 214 and i replaced everything on it
its a ok gun i would buy it if i was going from a pump to a semi
it seems to work great and a lot of local stores sell them and can help you fix it if theres something wrong with it
This is a good starter marker with room to grow. The design is makes for a low profile, light weight, and compact marker. The 8in barrel points very easy, is reasonably accurate, and be upgraded to any Spyder compatable barrel. The rubberized 45 grips are comfortable and prevent fatigue. The marker accepts Spyder compatable gas through the grip, expansion chambers, and is upgradeable to High Pressure Air (hpa). The marker is reliable and I'm starting to take out people with three times the $ spent on markers;-)
My problems have to do with minor quality control issues.
First, when you get the marker check the TIGHTNESS of all screws. Don't overtighten but make certain it's "snug". I found a gripframe screw loose after the first 500rnds. I snugged it and have now shot over 1500 rnds without a hitch. Second, the Rebel can be finicky with paint. I deal with this by adjusting the powerfeed as I describe in the following forum under Fastlearner: http://www.pbreview.com/forums/showthread.php?s=b bbb1b236ecb c2a03344f6a09724d611&threadid=16886&perpage=25&p agenumber=6
If you're the type who changes your own oil and you don't have a big budget, seriously consider this marker. It takes a minor attention to detail with cleaning and maintenance. You can't get a Stingray setup from Wal-mart at that price and the Rebel is a much better gun. If you tighten the screws and set the powerfeed to match your paint, the marker functions flawlessly. I don't give 10's because there is no perfect marker. I'm giving it an "8" because of the loose screw and I had to figure out the powerfeed trick on my own.
8 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, January 29th, 2005 at 1:50 am PST
Rebel Bottomline. I have upgraded bolts to a bob long rebel cyclone bolt, and I upgraded to a quite riot 14" barrel
The bolt, and the barrel
-very easy to take apart
-more upgrades for it than you can imagine
-shots as good as guns that cost much more (especialy after the upgrades)
very sensitive trigger can cause the gun to shoot twice before the second ball can fall down, and it breaks....that is about all i can think of that is bad about this gun.
This gun is a great gun for the price...i usally demolish my friends that have spent in the 500$ dollar range on guns. I would upgrade the bolt and the barrel though, it will increase the range and accuracy.
Cheap, very dependable, easy to clean, never chops balls, accurate, durable, great beginner gun, many up grades are available on the market for the rebel.
This gun is a little loud because the barrel does not have any holes in it, but that can easily be done with a drill bit or a new barrel. The drop down needs to be tightened before you put a big 20 ounce or nitro tank on it.
great gun even though it is a little loud u can change the barrel.GET THIS GUN!! you will be very happy! It never failed me yet.
StingRay(pice of poopy gun Never ever in a life time u should be shot if u do)Tipman98,E-mag.
Well, im plannin to getr a boomstick maby a nitrus system with a remote
Really the ony thing you need is a new barrel a Dye boom stick works the best i tryed my freinds
This Gun is very relibal and the gun when using good paintballs chops few balls. The gun must get 9 -10 shots per second and i got it up to 321fps when i took off the bottom line. Gun is great for speed ball and an over all good gun for normal paintball.All you need to clean is to remove a pin and the things fall out,its really easy to clean.
The Stock barrel is a little short and still gives good accrucy,(imagin with a good barrel )thats about it for the bad
This gun is a great gun all and all all u really need is a good barrel this gun is almost the best gun you can get for speed ball and is a really great gun. Best Bang for the buck (my sped ball comment)