06 Empire Timmy
CP Slide ASA On/Off
Dye Throttle 45/45
12" 06 Freak back, AA front
Empire Reloader B
New Vert Reg if you want it.. so far the stock is amazing just as long as you lube it.
I dont know if any trigger out there is compatible with this gun yet.
Easy to Clean
The original poppet. Other than that, this gun is flawless
I first saw this gun last year around Dec. I had a Rat Impulse with an I-Frame at first. I wanted this gun the first time i saw it and picked it up around Early Jan. I finally bought it and couldnt put it down.
The first time at the field i had a leak but couldnt find the way to actually stop it. So i wanted to play with it so bad that i just did. With the leak the effiency was still amazing(4 Dye Lock Lids). The weight was amazing, perfectly balanced with the 45/45. The stock barrel is good but the thing is the when it chopped cause i didnt have my eye on,the balls swerved. It was easy to clean the chop with the easy to pull pin on the bolt.
I e-mailed the Bob Long tech after the field to mail me a new poppet, and so they did. Now after installing the poppet and playing with the trigger and settings, i can now hit 23 bps full auto and 21 semi auto, 24 on 3 ball burst. Now with no leak, this baby can go through 7 pods easy with the 45/45.
Finally, make sure you lube everything up before you play...makes the gun run smoother, but ill assume you know that.
Also...BLAST tech told me that the best psi to work on is 65-70.
Best gun I've had ever. Weighs less than the Ego and the Dark Angel and almost as the DM6. You don't need a fast gun like the G7 to take guys out(waste of paint). Timmys are reliable and this is the best Timmy yet.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, March 21st, 2006 at 2:23 pm PST
quote:Originally posted by dstone454 just a question, i've got a defiant 2 and i am planning on buying an alias and upgrading it but I was wondering if i should just save the upgrading money and just buy this or the infamous
also does this come stock with a clamping feed neck?
what is the difference between this and the infamous anyways?
And as far as efficiency, all Timmies are fantastic on air. If you want to get even more efficiency, get a vollumizer, and then you'll be able to set your LPR to 50-55
Last edited on Monday, March 26th, 2007 at 1:47 am PST