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team disruptive Wednesday, July 20th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
6 months2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
ripper timmy, disruptor pro cut, all the matrix's, shockers, ego's, angels, etc.
Marker Setup: first hand:
silver to graphite fade gloss disruptor pro-cut (the one in multiple images is mine), a 12" silver full freak set with a stainless steel back, freak front, and aluminum inserts, a silver inline max flo regulator, with a silver S rail, and a 68 ci 4,500 psi bottle, w/ clear bottle armor, and a black empire reloader-b.

backup gun:
polished grey to black fade w/ chrome parts 2004 bob long lasoya intimidator with a WAS 2.7 board, a CP roller trigger with an HES (hall effect sensor) a 12" black freak with a freak front and aluminum back, grey hybrid lady panelz, a graphite CP rail w/ a chrome hybrid grind asa, an empire 68 ci 4.5k psi low pressure n2 tank with a grey dye c5 rhino tank cover, and a black halo-b with a victory board.

3rd hand:
chrome 2003 Angel C&C IR3, stock chrome 14" infiniti barrel, mem 6 board, chrome torpedo drop forward and asa, blue CP angel volumizer, 68 ci 4.5k psi dye throttle n2 tank, blue dye c4 rhino tank cover, and a clear VL evolution 2 (egg) hopper.
CP roller trigger, a WAS 2.7 0r 2.8 board, a freak kit, a halo-b with a v-35 chip, or a reloader-b, and a HES
Strengths: Price, speed, consistancy, weight, accuracy, volume, looks, efficiency, and reliabillity
Weaknesses: Legnth and comfort
Review: to say the least, this gun is amazing. it was the first intimidator that has a 2k2 style body to get the new platform on it. i initially bought this gun as a backup gun, but im using it almost as much as my first hand which is a 2,300 dollar setup! i love how it shoots, with the debounce settings set to 2 you can go over 20bps with one finger its quite easy to hit 25 bps when walking the trigger. i played an x-ball tourny in the muddiest conditions ive ever seen, and as a front player by the first couple rounds you couldnt even see my timmy cause it was 100% caked in mud, but it still shot flawlessly for the rest of the day. its also very light so hauling ass across the field, and stapping out of the side of your bunker is made much easier. many people say timmys are in acurate but i find it to be extremely acurate, i often hit people on their first snap out of their bunker with shooting less than 5 balls. a nice addition is that with a low pressure tank, its extremely quiet which is nice because its less distracting, and very easy to communicate with teamates on the field.
The only thing i dont like about the gun is the space between the grip and the regulator, its very long and has a very stretched out long feel to it, which is great for backmen, but as a frontman, i like my setups to be very small and short.
Conclusion: The Lasoya timmy is a very sexy, extremely high performing gun, i believe its the best gun in the 7-800 dollar range, i would reccomend it for any backman out there looking for a gun in that price range.
9 out of 10

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