Rebline Knowledge Base
So I was reading the LINE SI BUSHMASTER KNOWLEDGE BASE thread and I thought, HEY! Rebs were very nice. Too bad they were never as popular as other, lesser guns :rolleyes:
So what do we know about these things? Who's got pics? Ads? Info? Ehhhh....maybe the blueprints for my associate with a crazy-freaking machine shop. You know... for replacement bits... and stuff...
Here's my MKII.
I love that 12g back!
Here is my Reb
and the one I sold...
Really too bad they didn't put serial number on these...
Oh... and an Ad from a LONG time ago...
I have always dreamed of owning one they were one heck of a cool marker with options no other markers had.
First gun with multi bore barrel kits . The barrels are raw finished for the bore so they could be honed to size. Quick release pump arms were a neat gimmick not really needed though.
I 'd give the gun a rating of a medium light weight gun not quite up to par of the top tourney guns( ghost, SI, ranger, comps ) and not quite in the upper begginerd gund. (pigs, wintec,ect)
Here is a Rebline Gun of mine that I happen to have a picture of.
Although I haven't played (playing=hardcore use from me) much with Reblines I would have to disagree with you on their quality B. From all the Rebline guns I have inspected (older models and newer models) their quality is absolutely top notch.
The fit and finish compares exactly on par with many of my lapcos and definitely the same category as some of my bushmaster (much better than the later ICD bushys).
When examining the exterior of the rebline guns many of the small details can be missed. They came with a large variety of options for the interior and the exterior although some of these options may have only been available on some of the very high end guns and others are just for aesthetics.
*Barrel Options (Lengths Galore)
*Color Options (Large Variety of Colors)
*Bolt Diffusing Options for front bolt half(Several Different Styles from Ventri to standard hole that can be unscewed and added to the bolt)
*Actual Bolt Length Options depending on what front barrel
*Hammer Option (Brass or Steel)
*Trigger Options (Aluminum colors or Brass as pictured on the gun above)
As for the quick release pump arms I believe they are meant to be used when disassembling the quick release front half of the body for cleaning so that the pump arm screws don't need to be removed which could lead to the bolt coming out when pulling it apart on the field.
Anyways, as I wrote earlier I haven't actually put the Rebline guns through extensive use on the field so they could have some flaws there (as with most pretty nelsons, the screws probably won't stay on and I know I would lose them after the first game played) but in my opinion they are beautiful guns there are very well machined.
Anyone got any other pictures?
ME WANT. :drool:
I may have to keep my eyes open for one of these, they look like nifty little guns (from the guy that just sold his Bushmaster :()
Yes Bacci, the screws will work loose. But a drop of Loc-tite fixes all of that.
I have never seen any of the optional bolt-faces, anybody got a picture?
Oh... that Reb is purtier than a new set of tractor tires!
I concur with Bacci's analysis. He forgot to mention the totally adjustable LAPCO style sliding trigger with AT locking feature.
I could be wrong but I also think that the body/barrel are Type III anno. The barrel is also convertible from RF to LF.
I've always considered them high end guns.
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