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Dom'pops'Wolf Friday, March 23rd, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month0 of 3 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Angel, Dye Matrix, Electric Autococker, Ion
Marker Setup: Main: Bob Long Infamous Intimidator, CP 16" 2 piece barrel, CP Drop Forward, CP ASA, Pulse Hopper w/ Speed Feed, Pure Energy 45/45 Tank

Backup: Smart Parts Ion, CP 16" one piece barrel, CP Drop Forward, CP ASA, New Designz trigger, CP Reg, Firebolt, Hybrid Grip, CP Feedneck, Velocity Hopper, Pure Energy 45/45 Tank
Recommended
Upgrades:
Barrel: CP Two Piece, Sly Barrel, Freak Barrel kit, or Stiffi Barrel
ASA: On/Off ASA... I prefer CP, they work well
Drop Forward: This is my personal preference, I'm a pretty compact guy so I tend to use it to both balance the marker's center of gravity and make it more comfortably for me to shoot.
Pulse Loader: I don't think anything else can actually keep up with this marker.
Strengths: Size, weight, reliability, and accuracy.
Weaknesses: Stock Barrel, RF Chip doesn't function with stock grip
Review: I was set up for dissappointment with yet another marker. I had a DM6, which was supposedly the best marker no the market... I disliked almost everything about it, and when I sold it and bought the 'Timmy I was surprised by the weight and balance of the marker. I finally got to take it out and was impressed by how much paint I could move with my pulse setup on the 'Timmy, in semi it seemed like I was moving more than twice the paint that I was with the DM (even though the DM is supposedly faster). I was impressed with the accuracy, it was ball-on-ball. This marker is not only a great setup, but it's also a tank. I took a nasty dive during a round of speedball and the tray came out my pulse and the speed feed broke, spilling out a ton of paint. The 'Timmy kept going, though, and I was impressed by the resilience of the product. Even when I was running low on air, this marker kept moving paint in a reliable fashion.
Conclusion: I would recommend this marker to anyone who is willing to shell out some dough to have a good and reliable marker for any type of play.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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