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mikhaelt Monday, January 20th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month21 of 21 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Sheridan Pirhana, Nelspot 007, Tippman 68 speacial, automag, PMI STS pro pirhana
Marker Setup: revolution 12v viewloader with X-board, 3000 HPA tank
Halo loader or evolution loader, Forced feed loader for sure
Strengths: Reliable and accurate. the rate of fire is incredable you can esaliy out shoot you hopper but with the eye's on forced shot mode you will never chop a ball. I did no modifications to this gun and right out of the box with my veiwloader 12v I was shooting at 12bps with out even thinking about it. The accuacy is far better than anything I have shot before. I have played paint ball from 1985 to 1991 on the old california team 'Black Flag' I was the co - captian then I quit playing untill 2000 when my 4 kids started playing and my old guns could not keep up I would spend half of the day maintaining them and half of the day getting my ass shot off becase I could not keep up or hit anything. With this gun I have practiced with a local novice team and I can hold my own now. I even have to hold back when I play with my Kids. I no longer have to fiddle with this gun or do anything for that matter just load it up and play all day. (now this is kinda tough because I am 40 now and the kids just out pace me even though I am in great shape)
Weaknesses: Nothing, one note all though when I was range shooting I was breaking paint mid way in the barrel I finnaly found what was causing this my paint was to big for my stock barrel when I tested it by putting a paintbal though the barrel it would get stuck a bout halfway. then I went to a small bore paint "Chronic by Zap" the ball would roll freely out the barrel and I never againg had paint break in the barrell.
And the price if they could sell this gun at about $1000 or underI am sure it would go like hot cakes. List is $1499.00
But I found it for $1225.00 localy.
Conclusion: What a great gun, super accurate and supper fast right out of the box you don't have to do anything to it "just Play!" I am a little puzzled why Angel owners hate Timmy's so much I know Angels are great guns But the exchange rates keep the price very high and I think the "Ironmen" Timmy is just as good and you can save som money. This gun is way efficiant on gas too I am getting 750 shots from a 3000psi 47ci tank.
SaveYour money and be patient it is worth it even if you only play once a month.
PS I think the guy that rated this a 1 made a mistake look at his comments
10 out of 10

Review Comments
kangaroodent Thursday, January 15th, 2004 | 7:37 pm PST
You know, the gun does not make the player! Sounds like you were a bit rusty, that's all.

pbfreak21 Sunday, April 18th, 2004 | 4:07 pm PST
how do you use a revvy on a timmy?!?

JOKER_MAN Saturday, June 5th, 2004 | 10:16 pm PST
Originally posted by kangaroodent
You know, the gun does not make the player! Sounds like you were a bit rusty, that's all.
yeah, your probably just doing better because you don't have shoddy technology holding you back

wickedlytwisted Saturday, February 26th, 2005 | 9:56 pm PST
Originally posted by pbfreak21
how do you use a revvy on a timmy?!?
put it on your gun

darkxaznx Saturday, April 9th, 2005 | 7:11 pm PST
anywho which is better dragon or ironmen???

FDS Friday, June 30th, 2006 | 10:41 pm PST
Originally posted by wickedlytwisted
put it on your gun

thats true i'm pretty sure that is how all hoppers work

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