Black and Blue A-Bomb Timmy, '04 68/45k Max-Flo, Halo w/ Rip Drive, Dye Ultralite.
None. The only thing I did was get a new barrel (usually a good upgrade for a new gun), and I put the Max-Flo on it for maximun performance. Operates at 90 psi.
Fast and light and very low pressure.
HMMMMM. Price would be only thing wrong. But its so worth it.
This gun is awesome. When I first saw it I was amazed by the milling. Bob did an awesome job on this one. Its very light. It might be lighter than the Nerve. It feels that way at least. It so small compared to the older Timmys. Basically just like the Alias but different and better milling, lighter, and size wise. Lighter than Alias and I think Nerve too. The trigger on this is beastly. Fast, fast, fast, fast. I like it better than the Nerve cuz the Nerve has the stupid re-bounce setting. The trigger pull is so short and it doesn't have any unnecessary pull. When you go past the button thing and it keeps moving back. So nice. Out of all guns i've shot, this is the best. The milling is so sweet too. The eye covers are old style bombs, a mushroom cloud on the back, and cut out like the Alias.
This is a great gun. I recommend it too every person who wants a fast light gun.
CORRECTION!! NERVE? who cares about that smart parts trash the shocker is a more versatile gun, and with the new programable dynasty boards no ones evening thinking nerve!!! oh yes and to better help those of us who do not keep up with the science side of paintball the impressive things about the nerve were ramping board and a silinoid that could withstand extreme pressures, not that impressive for the wieght!!! but to help veryify why im reaming ya heres the info u should have had befor posting!!!
at 1.6 ounces a shocker stock no dynasty milliing!!!! 2nd alias 1.5 ounces with stock barrell, and finally the bomb at 1.4 ounces!!! trust me i own all 3 and a digital scale!!!!!
Last edited on Thursday, January 27th, 2005 at 1:28 pm PST