i have an omen which is tricked but this waz my first semi auto gun and it dosent rip as fast as my omen or isnt as low a pressure or isnt as accurate but it allmost is my last back up gun that i use for wet weather if my puse isnt workin. it never breaks down eather
ok here are the guns in 1 bein the best and 4 being the worst.
1.omen-pdp chip, flush cocking, smart parts maxflow reg, custom internal 8way, freak set, evil scicon, evo 2, evil chrome smoke stack, some really big chrome cradel, dye sticky 3's modified 2 fit, and the best part it is closed bolt.
2. impulse- vodoo bolt, maxflo 45/45, new vavle, lowrise, vision, 12vt revvy, all american barrel, and the best of all stickers.
3. rebel- derlin bolt, detonator reg, new low pressure vavle, maddmann spring set, 12vt revvy, dragon the 1 trigger frame not the kit, stickie 3s, pmi perfect cradel, 114ci 3000psi nitro.
4. blade- evo 2, and put autococker pnumatics so it wouls be semi
reg, strom, derlin bolt, barrel, springs, valve, drop foward and defanty nitrogen.
none stock but it good if u upgrade it.
it not a good stock set up
you should not waste your money on this gun unless u are ready to upgrade it till you cant any more. its like a stock cocker, they suck stock and are only ok not even a tourny gun till you get all upgrades possible. you should save your money and get an omen. but if u r a noob you still shouldnt get this. im not sayin its a bad gun but you will be spendin like 350 on upgrades and you should just get a stock m1 dragun, they are cheaper andf better. but if you want to waste money on this gun just get it. it will compete with the mildly upgraded cocker if u get all the upgrades i got!
you get wat you pay for. wouldnt reccomend it takes 2 much time and money to get it working good and right. save up your money and get an omen on nitro and an egg.
Rebel Xtreme 02 Electronic, 16" Boomstick, 16oz Co2, and everything else was pretty much stock
Braided Steel Line
Rear Velocity Adjuster
Horrible anti double feed
Leaks A real lot
Screws Come out
This gun i wouldn't recomend this gun to anyone who plays the sport of paintball, because it broke about everytime i played after the first 3 months, leaked all the time, the anti double feed doesn't work at all. sometimes i shoot about 10 balls at a time bc of the crappy anti double feed. The only good thing about this gun is it looks good, and has electro grip frame. the guage broke. i've played paintball for over a year now with this gun and i have had nothing but trouble with it. it worked for the first 3 months like a charm, then it started to break, leak, screws came out, and i lost parts, but 32 degrees has excellant customer service whenever somethin broke i called and they sent me new parts free, but i gave up on this gun bc parts stripped inside and it sucked so bad
This was a terribly made gun and for the money you should get a spyder E marker which none of my friends who have them have had problems. its not meant for the sport of paintball. they should just take it and the rest of the rebels and throw them off a cliff. i would give this a 1 but the customer service is excellant so i gave it a 3. i hope 32 degrees could take the time and make a gun that doesn't actually suck.
I have also used Tippman ProLite, ProCarbine, Bob Long Intimidator, and Spyder Elite. The Rebel '02 stacks up well against all except the Intimidator, but for the price difference, I'd say it kicks the Intimidator's balls in.
Everything stock, I've used a Revy with it, and now I have a Halo B.
DO NOT get a revy, it seems like a good idea, seeing as how the gun does 12 bps on full auto, and the revy feeds 12 bps. However, revys suck. I couldn't get my gun to fire more than 10bps without chopping in full auto, and with reactive it's usually the second or third ball that gets chopped. My friend let me use his Halo B to see if the gun or the revy was garbage, and it turns out both the revy and gun were garbage, but it did unload all 200 rounds with the halo at 12bps without chopping any.
Price, rate of fire, and decent accuracy
32 degrees, constant breaking
I knew when I pulled out the instruction manual and began deciphering it, I had made a mistake. The grammar is sooo bad it's useless to read it, because you'll actually lose IQ points as you read. It's pretty much worth buying the gun to get a copy of how stupid the folks at 32 degrees are in writing, lol. Anyway, I take the gun out of the box, assemble it in a few mins, cock the bolt, hook a CO2 tank up, and it leaked. Right at the bottom of the expansion chamber. At this point I'm a little angry, but it's easily fixed by some tape. So I take it outside to shoot it afterwards, to get a feel for it, (I had just gotten it in, so I had to test it and build it the morning of my first game with it) and the ball piece of the detent shoots out. So I tear it down, ship it back and tell them to send me one that works. Turns out they don't do that, so they "repaired it" and sent it back a month later. 3 weeks later, it's leaking in the same place, so I send them a letter, and tape it up like I did before, and that's where things stand now.
I would not buy this product again, given the choice again and my money back. I know the problems don't sound that major, but when you wait all week to play, and then find out you can't because the people at 32 degrees are morons, it is major. Is $150 not enough to pay for a gun that actually works? If the leak had not sprung twice, I would've chalked it all up to a little bad luck, but the same problem I sent it off for twice? That's called a POS company.