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GoggUmore Thursday, January 19th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
3 months1 of 4 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
my guns...
spyder compact 2000
tribal BBT blue/black fade
Autococker 2003
angel ir3
ANS genX cocker
Angel Speed
Adrenaline impulse
ion
ego

most times i had 2-3 guns at once
Marker Setup: EGO- red/black LE with micro max flow tank, red halo... SPONSER stickers all over halo B rip drive, freak kit black back, red front
2k5 timmy-- black max flo system, chrome pin stripin, sponsers stickers, smoke egg and Empire B, black cp reg, black CP ultra low clamp feedneck, THIS IS THE COOLEST FEATURE, milled to look like naughty dogs without the paw of course... all new internals, and BLAST put in the new 127.8 board for free.. paintball kingdoms extra hard detents, CP slant trigger? and a critical magnetic trigger conversion kit, freak kit - stainless back, black front

pics up soon... i thought i had them on comp i don't, so i have to go home and get scanner
Recommended
Upgrades:
barrel- boomstick freaks
ball detents (if halo might be used or is being used)
torpedo will work just give it cases if you still don't like buy a CP stubby
feedneck ( i hate twist its a preference though)
DOW 33or DOW 55... get it and use it on REG and gun ASAP
trigger - although some like stock, i like mine loose (CP def.)
Critical magnetic kit.. from paintballkingdom.com - easier to walk, theres also a CP magnet kit
Strengths: Accurate-not like ego
Speed- expected
price- nice 600 on ebay
easy to mill
Weaknesses: WEIGHT- omg , so MILL IT like me :)
solenoids+teflon=not good
MANUAL-serious BOB
Review: Its good when weight is cut off, it shoots good. I used teflon and messed up the soleniod = 80 dollars, so kids use locktite if i teach you anything. shoots really really nice, nice lines some balls wonder away from my line but expected. I don't like timmy's all that much, i call then bouncing guns, as much as you say they don't people let me tell you something - if you shoot above 12 bps, it bounces ive tested it with my trigger everywhere - to test yours put your marker with eye on and bolt forward, and then walk the trigger with eyes on it shoots every once in awhile, tell me it won't do that with the eyes off, lol
still no one will catch it, cause everyone loves the timmy, unlike my ego where everyone just wants to play with my trigger so they also check my gun for bouncing ... but oOo well ive been good never got points off, so its obviously fine.. lol

i love how you can mill the weight off, and in any design you want. I like all the upgrades and how many places have them. I love my guns


It is my back up gun, but still i love it, it shoots nice and for half the price of my ego with it shooting almost alike, its a winner
Conclusion: If you want a timmy speed and accuracy, with a cheap price this is for you, it might need upgrades but well worth it

Ive been playin for over 8 years... so trust me it is heavy, lol don't say its light please - pick up my ego with micro that is what everygun should be like, the lightest gun ever
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Thursday, January 19th, 2006 at 4:31 pm PST
 

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