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Jfgu Monday, May 1st, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
6 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
4 years
Similar
Products Used:
Shocker, Shocktech DM5, PM5/6, Autocockers, most other high end markers.
Marker Setup: Alias Timmy (red), Shocktech drop, orange bolt, ultralight (12), and a halo b, dye throttle tank.
Recommended
Upgrades:
Barrel, bolt.
Strengths: Fast, with new barrel very accurate, easy to maintain, light
Weaknesses: Uses to much paint, hard to read on side of grip. Owners Manual!
Review: 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.
Conclusion: 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.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

Review Comments
protostar123 Thursday, June 8th, 2006 | 11:00 am PST
would you recomend the alias over the pm6 os shocker? im trying to narrow down my options.
   

Jfgu Friday, June 23rd, 2006 | 7:51 pm PST
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.
   

hedshot101 Saturday, July 15th, 2006 | 11:22 pm PST
i would also go with the timmy my buddy has a pm6 and its a really good gun but the alias stll out preforms the pm6
   

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