Nothing that isn't a problem in any other high end electric marker.
I just got this bad boy a couple weeks ago. I play for the Michigan State University team and wanted something better than my uped Ion. Time to run this thing in a practice...
Price- the 2k5s have gone down quite a bit. You can get one cheaper than a vision shocker. I paid $695 US for mine. They are much cheaper than the upper level timmys. When you buy the top timmys, you are paying for the milling. If you don't have top dollar for the top level timmys do not fret, go with the 2k5 and you won't be disapointed.
Speed: This thing throws paint. You can get it going as fast as you want (semi only). If you want ramping, might want to invest in virtue or tadao board.
Looks: I got mine in a sweet black to green fade anodize. High quality milling and lusterous finish. You get the 2k2 body without the screw on intimidator plate (i'm not a fan), and the newer 2k5 style grip frame.
Accuracy: Darts. This marker will allow you to easily one ball sloppy players. The stock barrel isn't too bad. It is good for large/medium sized bore paint. Can't push bunks as well as I could with my 14 inch pipe kit for my ion.
Performance: It has it all. Could not be any more satisfied. I got over 1200 shots from a 3500 psi fill. I would have been able to get more shots if the guys at the local shop didn't give me a hot 4000psi.
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like any other marker, don't use crappy paint or it will break in you barrel.
be smart- take care of your new marker and it won't let you down.
Bob Long makes top notch products. Easy to maintain, reliable, and legendary. Intimidators live up to their name. Don't waste your money on a bunch of mech guns or upgrading your spyder. Go buy one. Now!