well when i first started out i got this product for the same reason as so many others...it looks badass. for the first couple months the gun worked like a champ. No problems at all....but now it leaks c02 and it chops way to much. I had some replacement part put in but the same thing happened in a couple more weeks. not to mention its not very accruate, but that can be fixed with an after stock barrel.
Its a really good gun and it is very accurate get a barrel and it will work great for beginners and i would suggest it for anyone just get some upgrades and its great so it will be really cool. Its the coolest looking gun i've seen and the gun is great quality
Tippmann 98 Custom with a teardrop 14" and a VL revvy with a X-board, soon to be a dragun T.E.S.
New barrel, drop forward,
It can shoot relatively fast for a long trigger pull
Long trigger pull, most stock parts are real bad, bad drop forward
My friend has one of these. I've used it numerous times. I would have to say, that it can shoot about 6-7 shots a second max. Not bad for the price though. Stock barrel is horrible. This is the kind of gun a beginner, and i mean BEGINNER should get. Reason i say that is cause no matter what upgrades you put on it, it's never really going to improve much. My friend kept it all stock.... not bad for a stock, but my 98 owned it. Get one if you want to play on occasion, but never really play.
I give it a 6.5, but i don't wanna give it a 7, so i'll give it a 6
Rebel BTB Stock
32* 14" terminator barrel
pure energy 3000 psi tank
Freak barrel kit
Right off the bat your first upgrade should be the barrel, as is with probably most markers that you buy.
not very well put together
breaks balls like nothing ive ever seen.
Ok, i bought the Rebel BTB knowing nothing about paintball except for that you shoot people with little balls. All my friends were getting into paintball, and i was getting talked into it more and more each day, so one day i said fine ill play. So i researched what kind of gun i should get, but i didnt research very hard. I say this gun online and immediately wanted it because of its looks, bad choice.
The first day i got this gun, i went out onto my back porch and shot it, on the first shot, a screw popped out and fell to the ground, never to be found again. so i said ok, maybe they just didnt screw it in right. and i thought that was going to be the last of my problems, wrong. on my second outting it started leaking from hose line at the point where you insert you tank into and where it comes into the marker and inside the gun. I than began to think. alright i think i just bought a piece of crap. Through all these leaks i didnt mention how many times it broke the ball i swear it must have been every 4 balls, it was insane.
I sent the gun in for repair and got it back fixed with only the outside leaks fixed but the inside ones were still their which made me even angrier.
Alright, i dont recommend this gun for anything other than wall art, because i does look really awesome, but other than that your just buying a gun that will break you second or third time out. After reading the review on this gun and people that didnt like the gun get ratted on by people who like the gun saying you got a defective gun, well it seems to me that there are quite a few of these defective Rebel btbs out there. So if you want a good looking thing to brighten up your wall go ahead, but if you want a reliabe gun, dont buy this. Im giving it a two only because it looks so awesome.
steel-braided hoses (get rid of the macro line), some lock tight for the screws, and a barrel
shoots accurately and far when it works right
macro line leaks terribly and it has a tendancy to double cock constantly
EVery bolt in the thing would come loose on it all day the macro line was leaking very badly and it was almost constanly double cocking ( probably from low CO2 pressure cause of the bad macro line). Macroline is good, but it the connection point between the hose and the fittings is not tight. That is where ALL of your CO2 is lost
too much hype not enough action to back it up it looks pretty sweet i guess
4 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, April 4th, 2004 at 10:09 am PST
the hose apparently leaks,andn the sight rail leads straight into the hopper.
i bought this gun last spring, it has done nothing but treat me good. i read all of the reviews on this site b 4 i bought it. many said the only weakness was the hose leaking. so i didn't waste any time, and bought a 7 inch braided hose with the gun and also a 90 degree fitting. i was new to paintball and i had no idea how to take this gun apart. but it looked simple. all i did was take the old one off, wrapped teflon tape and locktited all the threads and i was good to go. never once took i tout with the macroline. all of my friends have custom 98's and i can beat them in acuracy any day. i was going to save up for a barrel, but it shoots so good, i am going for a reg instead. the expansion chamber is one of this guns strengths, it lookes cool, gives c02 time to expand, and it also holds a barrel plug at the bottom of it. the only thing i can find wrong is the sight rail leading into the hopper, and the screw that holds the rail in place. i remidided both of these problems. first i locktitied the screw, then i bought a sight rail adapter thingy off of e-bay fer 10 bux.. it basicly moves the sight like 1.5 inches to the left so you can hook up a laser.....those come in handy if ur gun is accurate.
i feel this gun has been the best first gun that any one could possibly get. i paid around 130 for it and there is no end to my happiness. i was worried due to some people giving it neg. reviews, but i then relaized they prolly just have something against 32 degrees, or that they are so brand loyal they go around bashing other people's guns!! don't listen to them. this gun deserves every penny you put into it (oil, paint, and c02). if you do a few little easy upgardes inthe begining, then u will be treated to many days and years of playing one of our countries finest sports, PAINTBALL!!!
32 degrees rebel btb electric with braded hose paid 110
barrel and hose
it shoots smooth hardly ever ball breaks
it is loud and hose can get leak easy
the body is done very nice and is one of the koolest ive seen its loud but who cares if your the fastest one on the field then no one else can get a clear shot..... the gun was very well worth it and i can get everyone else out b 4 im out so i say buy
my opinion on this game is more that u need to b in good shape and able to crawl around and that u also need to b able to aim good........this is a great gun though
Brass Eagle Avenger, Spyder Sport. mostly middle-low class guns
All stock. *im wanting to get something a little higher up, like an impulse*
Barrel, and maybe a braided hose. the macro begins to fray after a while
great trigger pull length (short), reliable, and for the most part, accurate.
fraying macro line, noise
Overall, a very nice gun for beginners and light tourny players alike. The sight rail is in a bad place(aiming directly in to the feed neck) so I simply removed it. this marker looks intimidating and shoots well enough to back that up. It is very reliable, and i haven't had any problems whatsoever. the stock barrel is nice and works good but is a bit loud and i would recommend replacing it first. it can shoot fast enough that a revvy or something of that sort would help, but it is not necessary. i just use mine with a VL200 and break about 1 in every 250 or so, and thats only when im trying to shoot very fast. I got mine for about $120 and it has been worth every cent. its worked great for the time i've had it, and should still be working for at least 2 more years.
a very good gun for the price and very reliable. if you arre looking for a entry to middle level marker, try to get your hands on one of these.
You will need an agitated hopper, and to keep from major spikes a compressed air tank 10fps difference
accuracy, fast, contender
long trigger pull, can chop, not tollerant to chops
It is a very good first gun for anyone just starting, but compared to 500+ dollar guns no contest, but if you are a good player you will have no problem taking out players with high end guns such as angels and cockers; I know that at my local field I can take out many of the experianced players who have high end guns
Basically it is still a blow back gun, but for the money and especially if you are just starting this is a very good gun, and it should last you atleast a year, unless you drop guns
-Rebel BTB Electronic w/ Rico AK Hopper
-Tippmann A-5 (Bare for now)
Regulator, new barrel, delrin bolt, fast hopper (revvy 12v or eggo, I can outshoot my AK easily), nitro tank!
FAST!, accurate w/ new barrel...
Unreliable, too many crappy parts
I had to get 4 different parts sent to me... but after I got them all put in right, this thing worked great! I got a teardrop for it and she really got accurate!
I was playing speedball once on a fixed course and we had wood bunkers w/ two inch peepholes. It was perfect temperature and my gun was shooting great and I think I hit 5 guys by shooting through the two inch holes!
It seems to work when it wants to... just hope it is or you have a major mess in your hopper! When it chops it shoots paint up into your hopper and you might as well get out of the game...
All in all; If you want to mess around with this gun and put a few parts into it, I think you will be happy with it for what you pay.