This hot new semi-automatic marker features an aluminum body w bottomline adaptor, power feed adaptor, vacuum chamber, top cocking bolt, double trigger, barrel plug, 7/8" elbow and owner's manual. Also available in green, blue, or silver.
The 32 Degrees Rebel (Bottomline) is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
This gun is pretty tight, i aint had no problems with it. Its lightweight and looks cool. Im new to this paintball gun stuff so i might not know whats up, but it shoots good and the velocity is easy to adjust.
Stock barrel and the grip is hollow(i think) so u cant put heavy tanks on the bottomline. It doesnt break paintballs unless u get really really cheap ones, but even then it barly does it.
Its worth what it costs if not more. Some upgrades might be needed it u want to get serious with paintball. Its straight without any upgrades.( i upgraded mine though)
Well I have used a lot of different entry level semi autos and I like this gun. It is a good dependable shooting gun and the fact that you can put Spyder parts on it is good because they are really easy to get. It is a cheap gun but but it shoots pretty accurately (with a non stock barrell) and it is easy to clean and disassemble and reassemble.
Well there isn't alot of things you can do with this gun other than add a low-pressure chamber and aftermarket barrell. The stock barrells on this things really suck because they are loud and arent very accurate. This gun will break paint bad if you use cheap balls in it. It shoots most 32Degrees balls well but Diablos and Sheridans dont seem to shoot well in the one I use. Mine also tends to shoot really high on the Chrono and is difficult to get down under 290 without cutting and shorting the spring in it.
This is a good gun all around for what you pay. It will hold up unless you slam it against trees and people's heads and stuff like that. I do reccommend upgrading from the stock barrell and possibley adding the low pressure chamber. Dont use cheap balls in it or you will be sorry. Compared to the Spyder Compact series and the Raptor It is a nice gun but it doesnt hold a candle to any high dollar semi. I like it overall and would reccommend it to anyone just starting out who wants a good dependable and fairly cheap gun. It is a little over priced for the bottom line version. I reccommend buying it with out that and then adding it yourself. But in my opinion 90 bucks aint bad for this thing.
Though this is my first gun and havent tried many I think think this is a very good gun. It can shoot fast and pretty accurate. The bottomline is a nice feature too. The Rebel has a nice double trigger to it too. The gun is durable and easy to take apart. This is a good gun for beginnners (me).It can also be a good one for experts. It is light and not bottom heavy. You can put a 9 to 24 ounce tank and it wont feel like carrying a dump truck. I like how you can turn the paintballs on and off too. No paintballs break in the stock barrel. Very cheap and reliable.
The manual sucks. Well there is none. The stock barrel is ok but could be quieter. It could be a little more accurate but its alright. You cant take it apart because there is no manual. The velocity doesnt turn up enough. It may be easy to do so but its still not fast enough.
The box for conclusion wasnt there so ill put it here. Overall it is a very nice gun for the price.
This gun shoots fast enough to blast anything stupid enough to run from its hiding spot. Extremely easy to dismantle and it is easy to clean. Shoots where you aim and is nice even in winter. I got about 40 good shots with a 12 gram! This gun has a vertical adapter which is nice because the gun is balanced and the tank doesn't get in the way. Very easy to adjust velocity with rear velocity adjustment screw. Bottom line can be removed very easily. Nice handle and this gun is inexpensive. I hear it takes spyder parts and barrels but I don't think I need to buy any. Gun is very light and I intentionally broke balls just to see what it would be like to clean on the field. I was supprised to see that I could clean the whole shabang with one swipe with the squeege.
I don't know what kind of manual anyone else got with their gun, but mine was a slaugher of the english language. Right on the cover it says "Please supporting - resource recycling. Obviously written by a genious. This is the best part, to uncock the gun you are supposed to pull the cocking assembly "reward" until it latches. In other words, do the opposite while pulling the trigger to uncock the gun. You are supposed to read the "menual" before using and I laughed when I saw "This product is not intended to be used at any distance "less 25 feet". I think the company should have put enough effort into a manual to let the customer know how to dismantle the gun without studying the exploded view for about 45 minutes. The 25 feet part was obviously not written by anyone who actually played paintball. I will tell you right now, don't mess with the operation guide to try to take your gun appart. Just pull the cocking pin out of the top and push the other pin out the side in the rear. I hope I don't have to explain the rest. I read under the rebel review that someone broke their handle while using a 24 ounce tank. I recommend using the vertical co2 port instead of the bottomline with heavier tanks. The grip is hollow and is held on the gun with a really long screw which makes the grip flimsy with heavy tanks. The barrel is loud I guess. I feel sorry for the silent pixies who worry about their gun being loud. With any gun, if you don't want to make a loud noise, don't shoot. Unless you are the invisible man, anyone with common knowledge of what people look like will be able to identify you after you shoot or at least get a good idea of where you are at. If you are far enough away to shoot a barrel without a silencer and have the target not hear, you will definately not break a paintball on that person. Everyone says stock barrels suck. They say that they can shoot farther with different barrels. Unless they have a flatline, they are liars. Longer barrels slow paintballs down. They are only thought to be good because the moron shooting gets a better idea of where the paintball will go with that extra few inches on their barrel. Even with a flatline, paintball breaking range is about the same as a stock barrel. The balls just float farther before they bounce off of the target. Get in close before you shoot so you will hit the target and break paint. Breaking paint on the target is the main concern right before shooting. This gun has no sights so it is more difficult to aim. It is still easy to hit targets by looking down the barrel. If you like to screw off while playing paintball, you will break paint. Jackassing will get you shot anyway. You shoulden't dry fire the gun because you can scratch the bolt and that might be bad depending on if you take care of things or not. Oil the gun frequently if you want it to work well.
This gun is more than worth the money, you will also save money by buying this gun. Don't buy some more expensive crap that shoots just the same. This gun WILL NOT BREAK if you take care of it, this means don't jack it around and smash it on things, and don't use giant tanks on the bottomline. Bottomlines aren't invincible and this one particularly will break off of the handle if you use heavy tanks. I plan not to buy any upgrades. I think this is a great gun. If you want to get a good cheap gun that will out shoot more expensive guns, get this or a remanufactured tigershark. This gun beats a 98 any day, even in the winter.
The rebel is the marker that I am currently using as my primary. I put an X-core expansion chamber on it and an Ultralight barrel. First of all, this gun was really inexpensive. (I don't say cheap because it sounds like it's cheaply made.) I got mine at RockyMountainSport.com for about $50. I am used to Brass Eagles so when I shot this I thought I was in heaven. It shoots very straight and it is very accurate even from long distances. It is very easy to take appart and clean. It's also very light so you can manuever around pretty easily. The only problem that I had with it was that I was shooting Diablo Midnights which were really small and they kept rolling out of the end of the barrel. Then, when I shot, paintballs would break like crazy and I'd have to clean it out. Other than that, if you get big enough balls, it's a great gun.
I reccomend this to everyone. If you're looking for a good gun, buy this and upgrade it. If you need a back-up, buy it anyway. Just don't use paint that is too small.
Spyder Victor (its my friends and he has an electro grip, expansion chamber and a 14" tear drop) it is a great gun
32 Degrees Rebel '02 Bottom line with an electro grip, 14" Whisper barrel, (electro) Empire sound activated loader, remote, and a soon to be expansion chamber
New barrel, and an electro hopper
Easy to take care of, affordable, and just about everything else about it
loud and tends to break balls with stock barrel and hopper.
THIS GUN IS GREAT! especially for beginners the only problem i have had is it used to break balls and that has been fixed with my recommended upgrades. If you are looking for a good, affordable gun GET THIS GUN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! i am very happy i bought it. When i go to the paintball field would make fun of my gun but after a few games the apologized and asked me what it was and what it had on it and said it was a nice gun.
In conclusion GET THIS GUN and i hope my review helped you.