This gun features a vertical feed body, top cocking knob, thumb velocity adjuster, low pressure chamber,
expansion chamber and bottomline setup, 45 style grip frame with rubber grips and super-light trigger pull. With this gun, every upgrade has already been done for you! Accepts
Spyder barrels and accessories.
The Bob Long Millenium is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
I've had the millennium for almost three months now and now I'm selling it. I have to say that I've improved a lot and this is no longer the gun for me. I got it because it was Bob Long reliability with a double trigger and the right price tag. I'd say get this gun for the summer, because it is VERY sweet. If you put a nice barrel (I liked the SP All American 14", it's quiet & accurate) on it and get an agitating loader this gun will perform VERY well. It essentially lets you do whatever you want; you want to fire fast, you can waste a hopper VERY quickly. You want to catch someone's toe, you can do it. Nice gun, but really for the novice-intermediate crowd.
I had several problems with this gun. One problem involved the trigger assembly; one of the sears didn't let the bolt come all the way back. The bolt ended up protruding into the feed, where the balls come in. A ball would come halfway in and then get caught on the bolt. When the bolt fired, you can imagine the mess: in the hopper, all over the balls, on the bolt, in the barrel . . . one day when I played, I used my jerk squeegee every game, sometimes twice. The gun also goes liquid very easily if you take off the x-chamber. I put on a palmer reg (to try it) with my co2 and it was pathetic. I couldn't play. This happens with some guns, and not others; I know several millenniums who have not had this problem, while some others have. I took it to the shop to fix it, they couldn't, so I ended up filing about 1/8th of an inch off the bolt. Solved my problem, even if it was potentially dangerous. If you're a player who isn't going to really stress this gun, this is ok for you; it'll buckle if you push it, but if you play casually you're ok. A good investment.
I liked this gun a lot but I can't stand all the problems it had (well not that many but I'd still prefer none to some). If you're curiouis, I'm getting an impulse next. After I spent 80 bucks on a barrel and forty on a hopper, I figured it would be better to just hock the thing and get an imp. Just thought I'd let the news get out. Consider before you buy this gun.
The gun shoots accurately and doesn't work bad in cold weather like everyone says it does. It feels good and everything on it is already upgraded, it has a venturi bolt, a ported barrel, a Low Pressure chamber and an expansin chamber. It has a stock barrel shoots nice. I have not broke a ball with it yet either.
There is nothing I don't like about it.
There are no upgrades necessary and it is definitely worth the cost. It can outshoot the guys with shutters or any other spyder. I would definitely recommend this gun to a beginner/intermediate player. If you're looking to spend around $200 get a Millenium, no gun around $200 will outperform it. The Ryan Leppert guy is an idiot also.
The Millennium has a vertical feed(some people like it, some don't), a better bolt, a real low pressure chamber (not like the fake one on the TL)a pretty good stock barrel, a better valve, splashed anodized, and it looks cooler (my opinion).
it needs a electronic loader. Rubber Spacer too tight
Ummmm... it's not a Bob Long Defiant.
itīs a good gun for beginners and ready for the action. Itīs very fast to fire. Great looks and design, Easy to Strip and Clean and accurate and Reliable
Bob Long Defiant, Impulse, BKO, Spyder AMG, Other high end blow back guns
M3 Dragunfly LCD Grey
16" Armson SSR Barrel
Psyco Balistics Dropforward
Palmer Stabilizer- Female bottomline CO2 Reg.
Custom 26 oz. Antisiphon Tank with Smartparts On/Off and Pressure Gauge
Custom M3 Dragunfly Beaver Tail
Custom Palmer Rock-the-boat Cocker front reg
Empire Reloader sound activated Hopper
Bob Long Shocktech Intimidator
66.6 BPS select fire board
Custom 80 bps Pneumatic Charge Hopper
Custom Test Flight 17" barrel with Test Flight Rifling and Shifted Porting
Dual Gas feed with WDP Angle Air and Same CO2 System as above
All Bob Long Milenium Intimidator Upgrades
AGD Graviton Feed Neck (No longer in production)
Test Flight 42" Coiled Remote
Palmer Stabilizer- Male Fore Grip Reg.
Palmer Stabilizer- Femail Botomline Reg.
Palmer Stabilizer- Inline for Remote Reg.
Test Flight Spin Shot Bolt
Test Flight External Agustable RT Box (Response Reactive trigger when turned on)
New barrel (Armson SSR, as good as boom stick for about half the price)
Torpedo or other Bob Long reg. (makes it look like a real Defiant)
E-Frame with Anti chop if you can find. (EM1 or Defiant frames are the best)
Looks like a BL Defiant
Accepts EM1 and Defiant frames
Requires hard to find parts (REQUIRES a 3/4 inch striker)
Heavy for a Spyder
I still have one of these babies. Very good marker. Super fast with the right upgrades. Looks like a real defiant from the outside if you have the right stuff on it. (Correct frame, correct barrel, corrrect bolt, etc...) Scare people off and brag to your friends about how you got a Defiant for under $600.
if you have a spyder... GET IT! No more screwing around with brittle plastic feed necks. Looks intimidating, sorry, defiant.
Bob Long Millennium w/ Splash Green anno job.
Sprint Electronic Trigger Frame w/ C.I.P. Stick Trigger
114/3000 HPA N2 tank
32 Degrees: Whisper Barrel
Flame Drop forward
On/Off Air Adapter
PMI Multi-metal Expansion Chamber
Worr Game Products Orracle Regulator
DYE Padded Gas-Through Grip
C.I.P. Ice Pick Delrin Bolt
Uh, duh! If you are just buying the body, all the internals/externals.
Definatley buy a new feed adapter, any threaded one will do.
If you go the money to plunk down for one, get a WGP Orracle Regulator
Accepts Low-pressure chambers that don't have much slop on the sides, perfect if you have a Twisted Volumizer.
Rather nice milling on the main body; you can fit a laser pointer in the grooves! Not only that, but it helps cut down on some of the weight.
Alluminum Ball Detent, better something than nothing. Rather flimsy, go with a KAPP rebuildable detent, alot nicer on the black anno than this silver stock one.
Matching Anno on the Low Rise.
If the low pressure chamber has large sides, don't expect to get it in some of the bodys. Bad if you have a C.I.P. 15* ASA and want to use that volumizer, it wont work; I've tried.
Some bodys do not have the option of adding an ASA, so find out before you buy or you will be stuck with a vertical adapter that looks ugly as sin.
The body isn't designed to use an electronic grip, but if you can get it on, it works just fine... Still, its extra work you don't need!
The stock low rise is secured with 241 removable strength loc-tite, not even. It comes off with the hopper if you twist the hopper the first time. Get an upgraded on, because once it comes off, it will never look the same again. It also strips rather easy, which is very bad; I had to upgrade to a new feed tube due to the stock one stripping its threads. Bad!
Body had scratches on it, most likely from the dealers warehouse don't reccomend them at all!
If you are puting it together from scratch, don't. Buy one pre-assembled, it will save you alot of time. But, if you want to put all custom parts on it, just buy the body for 60.00 and add all the upgrades you want. Never had a problem chopping with my Delrin bolt, would highly suggest that as well. It's a very sturdy gun, never broke down on me once! It's beautiful for a backplayer like me, but I plan on selling it for something a little more wicked looking. Would highly reccomend this though, I've shot Angels, Cockers, Impys, Typhoons, even if this one is a little heavy, it has never gotten sick or broken paint once out of the 15 cases I have put through it
10 out of 10
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Dependable, all problems easily fixed by replacing o-rings etc. General maintenance is required. Good velocity and easily adjustable.
Used to break balls, then I stopped using brass eagle paint. Had leak problem, just needed valve o-ring replacement. On-off valve recommended so you don't unneccessarily fill the expansion chamber. Hopper fits loosely, balls curve after certain distance.
Get a new barrel, on off valve, and it can be one of the best guns on the field. It's not showy like the Spyder AMG or anything, it's a dependable team weapon. Not overloaded with burst mode and electronics or any other nonsense that you don't need on the field since you aren't allowed to use it anyway.
16" Dye Ultralite Barrel and balistics drop forward, Richoche 2k hopper, Macro line and runs on C02. (Havent got enough money for nitro or a reg. yet)
A good barrel an agitated hopper a drop forward
Well the first gun that I got was an early rebel with out a bottom line.(I had no idea of what gun i should get and I was told rebels were good for newbs., but I know what I'm doing now). This is a much better gun then Spyders, Piranha's, ect. because it is almost upgraded for you. Its got an expansion chamber and a bottomline, and I had virtually no problems with the gun.
The only problem that I had was when i was screwing off my Co2 and pressure build up and it blew out and my o-ring blew off, but I fixed it by getting a smart parts Co2 bottle with on/off switch.
The Mill is a great blow back semi-auto gun that I've seen ever, so if your in the market for a good blow back semi-auto marker I'd recommend the Millennium!