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.
Nothing, but of course, I haven't shot it with the stock barrel.
I just played paintball at MY course Cuzzins Paintball Unlimited, and it kicked so much ass! I didn't shoot it with the stock barrel but I shot it with a Terminator (thanks Clint). The gun could use a sight, but I'm not complaining. And the CO2 eats up O rings. But it doesn't waste CO2.
-cheap as hell
-if you get in black it looks dope
-accuracy is not that hot but what blow back is when its all stock
i don't know what the pot head below me has been smoking.....probably regono or some thing dam geek
i don't have this gun, but my friend does, his has had some problems with the cupseal and the striker bumper but thats it after 1 year and it was cheap to replace and fix. and anyway i have a rebel deluxe, close enough
also this gun will shoot too hot even with the velocity adjuster out, and i guess the guys at your field didn't like you cause they must not of told you all you need to do is to cut 1 or 2 coils off the main spring, the one by the hammer, its what you pull when you cock the gun. then your velocity will be safe trust me
you might as well get a deluxe, it comes with expansion chamber, rear cocking and raised sight rail, and better barrel for 50 bucks more.
it would cost alot more just to get expansion chamber and rear cocking sight rail kit $80+
in conclusion great buy if you never plan on upgrading your gun, but if you will get a rebel deluxe and a new barrel and for under $200 you'll have a gun that'll kill a shutter or any of those spyder pieces of s hit.
great buy one place had em for 65 and 888 has them for 84 with free case o paint
nice gun for the price, fast rate of fire, light weight, comfy grip
loud with stock barrel, need to keep clean or you bust o-rings(with c02) a lil hard to aim
is a good gun for the price, $90-130 range. once you put a after market barrel on its quite. i'm looking at puting a remote on it to help keep the c02 from getting in it. i've had it about three months and played with it for 7 days and had only a few things go wrong. i've never chopped a ball only had one ball break in barrel(with old paint) and it's easy to hold for long time because its so light. it's so close to a spyder but i think its a bit better, even tho its made by the same company.
This is a great gun! It shoots perfect. Doesn't chop balls. I haven't shot factory barrel, only the 12 inch Terminator. It works well. This is a great gun for beginners! It is an excellent gun at a great price, and doesn't waste CO2! I reccommend this gun to everyone and anybody!
-Good fire rate
-Good gas efficiency
-Easy to take apart (very simple mechanism)
-ACCURACY is horrid
-Velocity is hard to get up to a higher level
-Aiming is tough
I believe that this gun is a very good value, its rugged, and won't chop balls unless you shoot fast. It also has a solid, heavy feel. (unlike spyders, they feel like crap) I would recommend this gun to anyone who wants a great gun at a great price.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, January 29th, 2005 at 6:40 am PST
This is the best gun i have ever used.
Its vary accurate.
Easy to use.
Its a little loud,but it doesn't matter when u hit your taget.
Too bright of colors, doesn't blend with surroundings.
This gun performs great right out of the box.
I found mine for around $89.00 locally and that is good for its quality.
I would recomend this gun to beginners and average players upgraded maybe even a pro.
-An excellent gun i have used it for about 6 weekends now and with only one problem, but it was my fault .. i sheared off the ball detent.
- shoots accurate with a smart parts progressive barrel.
-velocity is constant
-can have a fast finger without chopping balls
-all around impressive gun
-stock barrel sucks
-hard to aim perfectly but you get used to it.
I would recommend this gun in a second, it is easy to clean and very reliable.
The gun cost me a fair amount of money but it is well worth it. In all the games i have played it has been more reliable then the autocockers from other guys. better then some pirahnas. The stock barrel is terrible getting a smart parts progressive barrel is well worth it...i began running it on co2 and i got a 32 degrees expansion chamber which makes it easy to hold and prevents the liquid co2 from entering the gun . reat gun great buy!
The Rebel Bottomline is a sturdy, powerful and semi accurate gun with the stock barrel. Ijust got it 4 days ago and i have not had any problems at all yet. It is a great gun for beginners and a great gun for pros.
Stock barrel sucks, i reccomend getting a 32 degrees sniper or nyte stikk barrel.
a little loud ......
other than that, nothing.
this is an awesome gun to have. you can upgrade it alot and its very sturdy. i reccomend this gun to anyone that doesnt want to get ripped off and wants to have an awesome time playing paintball.
just get a different barrel, i cant stand the stock barrel......
it also works best with RPS marbilizers and super swirls.