This Rebel is the highest class model. It comes with the best features on a Rebel. It features Rear Cocking, Thumb Adjusting Velocity, A Raised Site Rail, Vacuum Chamber, Double Trigger, 12" Barrel, Mini Expansion Chamber, Bottom line, and a Regulator. This gun comes in Red, Green, Blue, Silver, and Black.
The 32 Degrees Rebel XTreme is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
micro line leaks pin breaks so you cant get bolt out
the pin broke in my gun and now i cant get the bolt out the gun after it beaks thats the obly bad thing about the gun otherwise its and overall great gun for the price. With a few mods like a barrel and a new bolt this gun will compete with all spyders.
this is a good gun for the price i got mine for $40 from a friend i love the gun
9 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, March 16th, 2004 at 8:56 am PST
I got this gun from a friend barely used. I have used it alot and noticed that about after an hour of use it starts chopping balls like none other. It really sucks in cold weather.
Not a bad beginner gun but for the love of god get a new barrel.
Good beginner gun
bad stock barrel
easy to use and clean
so very unaccurate
easy to clean
easy to take apart
leaks a little
After buying my 32 degrees pt extreme pistol and seeing how nice that was, i decided to stick with 32 degrees for my gun. I decided on the rebel Extreme because my cousin had a spyder tl plus and it was having some problems breaking balls and the stock barrel was not very good. So when i bough it i was amazed
i took it apart first and cleaned it which was very easy.
when it came to game time, the rebel extreme did so well. it was dead on accurate and i got an aim[point on the sight reail just to make the gun look even better and to further prove how accurate it is. The gun is loud, but strikes fear into others. everyone that has shot my gun has said that it is accurate and even with the stock barrel is dead on. Now lets talk about the guns power. this baby has got it. it packs a punch, for the velocity and its ability to keep he ball on without dropiing off, id say im gonna stick with this gun for a long time. maybe get the elctric grip if u want more of a beast. but all in all, this is the gun newbies can afford and veterans will be impressed by.
buy this gun if you are looking for something excellent to go above and beyod the spyders
new drop forward
Barrel sucks so get rid of it quick
new hammer and bolt
pretty much everything is needed
Shoots fast when working properly, comfortable
Loud, unreliable, trigger travel is large. Hammer and bolt. gas hose doesnt stay in place
This gun is a Peice of junk, DONT BUY IT!!! the bolt stinks, the barrel is loud and heavy, the gas hose came off from the drop forward because the 32 degrees people put stamdard screws in it when it needs metric. I have shot over 10,000 rounds with this gun and something bad has happened everytime i use it. THe trigger response crapped out on me once and i payed the consequence for it, the Co2 leaks sometimes.
in short i can just say, THIS GUNIS TERRIBLE. Buy a spyder.
I just think this gun is very unreliable, things come loose, the pin is extremly hard to get out, AHHHHH everything about this gun makes me sick.
-Shoots pretty accurately and straight
-Doesn't jam much
-Chops a couple balls
My friend had this gun and then sold it to his dad but I played against him and with him several times and I know the gun pretty well. However I don't suggest deciding whether or not to buy the gun when reading this review because I never actually shot it. It seems to break a couple balls every now and then but for the most part it doesn't. It shoots pretty accurately with everything stock, not extremely accurate, but pretty close to the bullseye just about every time. I never saw it jam and I've played about a total of six hours with him. He seems to like it a lot and it always comes through when we need it.
I don't really have a recommendation because I never really shot the gun but from the looks of it I would buy it if I was a beginner and was willing to buy maybe a new barrel for it.
drop forward pretty much have a quantrum viewlader on it
maybe get a new barrel if you want to I like the gun how it comes but I think that it may need a new pin in it and that would be a good thing to have and maybe get a new bottom line.
lots of power constiant
bottome line, pin, barrel
I like the gn a lot I have been playing with it about every weekend and I really only had to ajust a few things on it just like ever other gun and even know that the rating is not the best on the gun i think that it is a good on to begin with and end with it is a good shooting gun and a good competion gun also.
Stay with this gun because it will go far and I think that you and some other people will like it a well because the gun setup is very well put togather and easy to work on as well.
VERY IMPORTANT! replace screws on trigger with locktight or it WILL come apart. Get a quality barrel. Get a steel braided line. A new bolt couldn't hurt either.
It is interchangeable with most Spyder parts. Looks cool. Strips down easily.
The trigger frame falls off! The gauge is only a decoration. Vibration loosens the screws.
I was really excited about getting this marker, even after I read some of the bad reviews. I was on the field and the trigger frame separated from the body... very dangerous and scary! The locktight screws took care of that, but the velocity adjustor and the field strip bolt still come loose after shooting for a while. I solved that problem for the most part, but it still sometimes happens to the field strip bolt.
After spending a lot more money upgrading, it is a great beginner gun... but I went through a lot of grief. However, I now know how to fix just about everything that can go wrong. If I could go back I would buy a Spyder Shutter, they are just built much better. But, for the money needed to upgrade, I'd get an Impulse in a second and upgrade that.
5 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, December 30th, 2003 at 12:17 pm PST
Smart Parts 10'' All-American
PMI "Perfect" 6-stage X-chamber
DeaD On Pro-Style Drop Forward
Right Away a Barrel, i have used the 32 degrees Carbon Fiber (on the rebel it didn't work to well), Armson Stealth (decent), and a J&J Ceramic ( worlds better but mine broke in half Due To me diving). Now And Old School Smart Parts All American Resides one it.
Other Than A Barrel Though Other Things can wait until cash accumulates.
Easy To Upgrade
Nice Trigger Pull
Awsome Grip (details in Review)
Crappy Screws (details in Reveiw)
This Gun Has been Great to me. Contrary to what others say this a good reliable gun. Now I do Understand that certain batches may be crap but when you get a good one, You get a Good one.
As with all guns like this (that meaning, this gun is set up almost identicaly to spyders) it is really easy to upgrade due to the abundance of parts available.
The Trigger pull.......everyone scrutinizes it for being big but when they try it for themselves they quickly discover it is incredible smooth, and Easy.
What i mean by "Awsome Grip" is the handle isn't the standard .45 frame, it is a contoured grip that is a whole (not panels) and is incredibly comfortable.
Finaly........The one weakness i had ith mine is the crappy screws. I had to constantly tighten and scour the ground for loose ones that had fallen out. My Advice would be to goto Home Depot with them and find some good ones that won't fail you.
For Being such a "Low-End" Gun I Was pleasantly surprised by how it performed. I Am Recomending this model (Not The "02" Series) to all begining players.
Tippman Pro carbine,Tiger shark ,talon,stingray,Tippman model 98
Rebel xtreme, empire reloader hopper,thunder pig qb barrel(well better than stock) 20oz co2
New barrel as fast as you can terrible stock barrel,switch macroline thing with a different metal coil, new springs(mine needed it i dont know about others
Cheap i got mine for $80
equavilant to spyders and spyder clones
macro line thing leaks
stock barrel is terrible
mine needed tigher springs
Overall this is a great gun for its price and reliableity ive had no real serioulys problems from it. just buy a new barrel and maybe motirized hopper if your that fast then thats about it unless you cant fix the leak in the line you need to buy a new one but otehr than that thats it your set and ready to take on cockers
uhh i kinda said it above there in the review body but ill say some more buy this gun great starter gun cheap and realiable so im giving it a 8 for the upgrades you have to buy but thats it then its great besides that had to shroten top ; (
This is a great gun that belongs to a friend of mine. Although I'd take my JT any day of the week over this, this is still a great gun, and can be had for VERY cheap, now that the 03's should be coming out. It looks very good and is reliable, but is heavy and kind of uncomfortable to hold.
The field strip is kinda hard to do, and my friend's got stuck (but that was user error), so we had to take it to my dad, and he used this ultra-strength electric drill to unscrew it.
The grips are WEIRD. I am telling you now. My friend kind of likes them, but I can't stand them. There is almost no space inside the trigger guard, and the grips are chunky, making them hard to hold well. Combined with the sheer heaviness of the gun, it hurt my hands after a day of play.
Good gun that can be gotten cheap. But heavy and uncomfortable to hold. Look into a JT or Rainmaker if you want something similar, but better.