Shocker, Shocktech DM5, PM5/6, Autocockers, most other high end markers.
Alias Timmy (red), Shocktech drop, orange bolt, ultralight (12), and a halo b, dye throttle tank.
Fast, with new barrel very accurate, easy to maintain, light
Uses to much paint, hard to read on side of grip. Owners Manual!
I got this after saving a for a while and discovered how much this thing really rips. I got it a while ago and went to use it while out in a backyard area. I was at the time used to my shocker and found it to be not that different weight issue that most timmys had. The weight distribution was very nice and i used a shocktech drop from my shocker. I finally got to play in a turny with it and was amazed. I got to try out my friends shocktech DM5 and i would rather any day take the timmy over it. The main things i noticed was that, 1) has very little kick, 2) rips the hell outa things, 3) stays very accurate even after a break in the barrel. I think over the entire turny i broke maybe twice if that and most of the time it was raining pretty good.
This is one of the first guns that worked right outa the box, the owners manual sucked and about a month or two after i got it BL came out with the new one which i got right away and it was very detailed. I was very happy with this gun that i have had not one single problem with it since i started using it.
Hmm thats a tough choice, they are 2 different types of guns one is totally closed (pm6 and shocker) and the other the bolt is out, i have a shocker and any day would pick a timmy over this, but between this and a pm6, one of the major factors i saw was that the triggers, kinda hard to explain but if u see both u will know what im talking about, the timmy is more of a "normal" trigger, it is attached in the back so u get more of a "bounce" but the pm6 is attached from the top so it is a lot more smooth type feeling, gotta try out both but i would prolly go with a timmy i really like it and stil have not had a problem with it.