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.
This gun is a very good gun.
1. The price is great I bought mine for $130.00
2. comes with alot of stuff. (mini expansion chamber, drop forward, presure gauge, etc.)
3. awesome design and comes in different colors.
Minor problems like my micro line leaked but it can be fixed with teflon tape. The barrel is loud but it has good accuracy.
Overall this gun is awesome. The price is great and works like an expensive gun. I would get a better barrel but if you are looking for a great starting gun buy this.
This gun is awesome. It looks great and plays great. Ive played with spyders, tippmans, and other guns and nothing compares tp this gun. The barrel isnt that bad if you of you clean the gun and barrel out so its not real oily. I strongly recommend this gun. This gun is a lot better than a syder shutter. Trust me you will be killin everyone on the field with their wussy spyders. The gun is awesome, I promise.
I can honestly say that there really is not much about this gun is bad. If you buy descent paint the gun will do awesome. Dont go buy any brass eagle paint for it because they are all different shapes and they will be curvin everywhere because of their shape.
This gun comes with just about every upgrade their is. It is well worth the money. you can get it on sale for about 130. Irecommend this gun to everyone who wants a great gun.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, January 29th, 2005 at 6:45 am PST
This gun is awesome! It looks as great as it fires which is really good. ive had very little problems with it and ive won a lot of my games with it. It is very cheap for all the accessories you get on it. i used to own a shutter and this is much better. This is a great gun!
The barrel that it comes with kinda sucks and the very first time i shot it it broke. the hose also leaked a lot after a while. but i got all those fixed and it cost me $20. so all you need to do is get a new barrel.
Overall this gun is awesome. you will need to upgrade the barrel and thats about it. It is definetly what you should choose for a gun and it is better than the shutter, i also got it $50 cheaper to.
It is just a really good gun with all the stuff it has...It shoots very fast and is medal so it wont brake..i am very glad that i got this gun and also in blue because it is a cooll color..i recomend this gun to anyone who likes to play hard..
trufully i dont really think that there is anything bad about this gun because it is well made and has alot of stuff put on to it..
Is it a good gun? Do u like all the stuff they already put on the gun? Do you like the color?
Great marker for the price. I was amazed, day one out of the box, chrono'd at the shop and wham im tagging my buddies in the field with excellent control. Fairly light gun and decent balance, ive broke only about 3 balls in 3500 rounds (im still sorta new but i catch on quick).
The "thumb-adjustable" velocity is more like vibration, wind or hiccup adjustable, it moves extremely easy and can throw you for a loop if you dont watch, and as could be said about a lot of guns in this range. The barrel should be upgraded. Mine hooks, its consistent, but it hooks and ive done what i could with it to fix it but ill deal until i get a nice carbon-fiber :)
Worth the money, excellent gun for amateur-advanced. Decent amount of upgrades and cool colors.
This gun ROCKS! I love everything about it! The grip is very solid, all metal construction (except for the plastic grip), kick-ass looks (mine is green, and it's awesome), and lot of added features for the $$$ (drop-forward, pressure guage, etc.) Great barrel, very accurate with a little practice.
Like I've read before, you'll want to invest $20 to buy a steel hose for it, the plastic one leaks a lil for the first 15 seconds you have your tank on. The aim takes a little getting used to, you can't really use the beaver tail very well, the groove is blocked in the fromt by the paintball inlet. It is heavy, especially with the tank on, get yourself a remote.
Is it worth how much it costs?
What upgrades do I need to buy for it?
The price for what you get can't be beat. I only have shot it at backyard trees so far and it has a nice group. The standard items like drop forward, full expansion chamber(not a mini one), beaver tail, regulator, venturi bolt are very nice. Nice paint job too.. Very solid feel to the grip.
My main concern with it is that it is not simple like a spyder or my son's bruizer to disassemble. The beaver tail sight has to come off before the bolt comes out. It is very cumbersome to slide the bolt back into the barrel and then put the linking pin into the bolt. Other markers let you reassemble the bolt outside of the barrel and then drop it back in. The thumb velocity adjuster doesn't have a set screw to lock it in, but you can drill a hole and place one yourself.
I would recommend this to anyone looking for a spyder shutter since they can save at least $30. Probably the only upgrade you'll need is a better barrel.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, January 29th, 2005 at 7:00 am PST