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Number of Reviews: 22
Average Rating: 9.8 / 10
Manufacturer Website: Click here
Suggested Retail Price: $550

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- Electro-pneumatic. Open bolt. Stack tube poppet valve
- No more front mounting block for Gen 5 intimidators
- Inline regulator receptacle has been combined with the grip frame to further simplify the new platform
- Primary air chamber has been incorporated into the forward grip frame region to create the correct volume needed
- Grip frame has shed its clamshell roots to favor a thinner, lighter, less complex design
- Marq Series compatible motherboard and grip panel mounting points
- Gen 5 solenoids are now rigid mounted sporting a manifold configuration for ease of maintenance coupled with enhanced flow characteristics
- Redesigned ram sleeve which doubles as a rigid stop and aids in controlling poppet valve open time
- Slimmer LPR features a new thread less mounting design which more aesthetically completes the front of the Gen 5 models
- Simple collet style clamping feed neck for quick tool less hopper swaps
- Marq inspired spring driven linear travel design ball detents
- Bob Long 12 inch one piece assassin barrel - cocker threads
- Xpress mount standard ASA
- Compressed air or Nitrogen only!
-Inline regulator pressure - 210-230psi
- LPR pressure - 65-75psi
- Estimated shot count - 2000+ shots (factory settings using 68ci 4500psi air source)
- Frenzy 3.0 board
- 4C eye compatible
- Estimated Rate of fire - 26+ bps (4C eye upgrade with board set in ramping mode)
- Trigger activation - micro switch
- Trigger return - spring assist
- Weight without barrel: 2 lbs. 3 oz.
Product Availability 
The Bob Long Protege is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
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yyates05 Saturday, February 16th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
More than 5 years
Products Used:
other timmys
Marker Setup: bob long protege
barrel, feedneck, 4c eyes
Strengths: 4 eye compatible,
Super efficient,
Light weight,
Cheap compared to similar products
Weaknesses: Twist feedneck doesn't come with a manual
Review: Out of the box i loved how light and small it was. The trigger is so easy to walk anyone could do it. it took me about 2 cases to break it in and there is no kick or anything. I continue to mow faces with it. I tied between getting this or an etek2 and tihs was the best choice
Conclusion: I definitely would recommend this gun to everyone, it is the best gun i have ever owned
9 out of 10
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DeeJayy Monday, January 28th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
3 years
Products Used:
Most other Timmies
Marker Setup: Bob Long Protege
DXS 68/45 nitro tank
Empire Magna
Stiffi stiff stick
new barrel
Strengths: Light
air efficient
Weaknesses: None found yet.
Review: I got this gun about 2-3 weeks ago and it shot perfecly right outta the box. This gun is fast, light, tight, super air efficient and allows you to play tighter if your in snake.
Its one of the most accurate guns ive ever used. It was only 550 bucks and worth all of it.
Conclusion: I would recommend this gun to people who are looking to upgrade from there novice level gun or people who just wanna step there game up.
9 out of 10
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