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DyeHardP8ntball Monday, August 22nd, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
Alias, Empire, 2k2, all sorts of timmies

and just about every other high end gun thats out there.
Marker Setup: 04 Dye Matrix

Dark Intimidator
Recommended
Upgrades:
ram cap if your's doesnt come with the adjustable one
feedneck, mine wouldn't take an unsanded halo
trigger, or just remove the spring which gives it an incredibly strong pull very difficult to walk
new board(optional) I'm not a big fan of frenzy
barrel, if you're on of the unlucky ones that gets a bob long barrel instead of the lucky 15
Strengths: Light,fast, easy to maintain,stock lucky 15 barrel is aweseom.
Weaknesses: The feedneck and trigger
Review: Well upon opening my new Dark Intimidator I was pleases to kno allready that due to over run of bodies, that mine had come with the lucky 15 barrel, because now many were in circulation that just came with the assassin's barrel

THE GOOD Gun was fast and light, the function parts kick ass for the most part, the barrel,the bolt and the adjustable ram cap all were great features

the lucky barrel is well just a great stock barrel, as its 691. perfect for me considering I used to have kits but found myself just using the 692 bore all the time.

the bolt has no o-rings and seals very well, as well as not having to ever lube it makes a great feature, not to mention it has slits cut out for your detents to give them a longer life

the ram cap that came on mine was a functiona adjustable, not the standard iron cross non adjustable one.


THE BAD :the trigger instantly had to go, it was very hard to pull due to the car suspension spring that they had placed in my timmy's trigger frame, my feedneck was a bit to small and even after opening it all the way, and prying the clamps back a little bit, they still wouldn't hold an unsanded halo w/o being extremely tight and damn near impossible to pull it out after.

also, it didnt come with a bottom line, which wasnt a suprise, but what was a bit of a bummer was that is didnt come with macroline or fittings, which set me back 12 bucks to get them, not a biggie but I fel the need to share.

Over all the timmy shoots darts and ropes and once the function trigger was gone it shot like a dream, I'm very glad I made this purchase.

I chose the Dark Intimidator for 2 reasons,

1. intimidators have the best feel to me, when it came time to buy a new gun I chose that I would be buying some sort of Timmy, choosing them over dm5's dynasty shockers, and egos

2. after deciding on getting a Timmy I then did my homework and decided that the dark would be the best investment being that thereis pretty much nothing stock on it
when you have a choice of timmies when they are all relatively the same mind the milling, I chose the one with the most features and goodies on it, that being the Dark.
Conclusion: If you want a timmy the Dark will out class other's in just about every aspect

Buy this gun
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Monday, August 22nd, 2005 at 4:26 pm PST
 

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