More E-Blade Cockers than I can count
Angel Speed, Dark Ir3, Angel 4
2K4 Warped Sportz Dark Series Intimidator (blue to black fade)
Empire Reloader B
WDP Angel A.I.R. (i'm not sure on the size, it wasn't my marker)
Lucky 15 barrel(made by Warped)
TC Viper Venom Paint
The fastest loader you can get preferably a Halo or Reloader B
Drop foward and bottom line because those are the few things that don't come standard
super smooth milling
Comes with everything standard
Good AMERICAN marker
no real custom options, everything is already done
This is a serrious honor for me to be the first to review the Dark Intimidator, so let me get started.....
A few months ago, i had the opportunity to test a new Dark Timmy that one of the refs bought. When I held it, i realized that it was a cross between a DM4 and an Alias Timmy(no lines in the body). After I looked it over for a while, I realized that warped had pulled no punches in making this thing, it had every Function part available, including a shortened delrin bolt and an Iron Cross ram cap for looks. When I field tested it, I checked my readings on the LCD in the grip: 23 bps, 64 shots, ect. The Dark Timmy is even freakishly consistent, only changing about +2/-2 fps. When i got to test it in the arena, I was making head shots all over the place. I also happen to be the six-foot-tall freak of nature on my team, so its also nice to have a super low profile gun like this.
And to top everything off, it comes with the * drum roll* Warped Sportz warranty that will repair damage caused by almost anything short of acts of God(tornadoes, ect) and personal stupidity( throwing your gun on the ground when you've had a bad day) for free.
If you can make the 1450(not including hopper and bottom line kit), get it. Personally, i'm getting it the next time I have $1500 burning a hole in my pocket. And if the Timmy isn't your style, Warped is coming out with the 2k4 Dark Series Matrix, Impulse, Dm4, Shocker(comes out in a few more weeks), Angel, and Cocker
10 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, June 5th, 2004 at 6:37 pm PST