* Lightweight Milled Body
* Accepts Autococker Barrel and Feedneck Threads
* Highest Grade Delrin Bolt with Titanium Pull Pin
* Autococker Compatible Low Pressure Regulator (LPR)
* Internal Volumizer and Adjustable Ram Cap Comes Standard
* 28 B.P.S. Cap -- Fully Tournament Legal
* Fully Intimidator Compatible
* Low-profile On/Off Switch
* Operating Pressure of 75-85psi, up to 25% Lower Than Similar Guns
* Radically Decreased Ball Breakage Compared to Similar Guns
* Easy-Access Battery Door -- Change Your Battery in a Fraction of the Time
* 1 Year Factory Warranty
The Aim Paintball Aphix is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
The Aphix Timmy is a good gun. Its everything a speedball or tourney player would need. Once you get the feeling for it then you will love it. I am thinking about getting one and after shooting it I was almost positive I wanted one. It has no kick and is very fast.
05 speed, halo b,crossfire air tank, dye ultrulite
Pretty fast ,Light
Looks, Not very reliable
I played with this gun at Shut Down Extreme in Denver CO it was pretty fast not even close to the 05 speed but it was alright pretty accurate, ugly , and i hate wannabe guns timmys are way better. If you are going to buy this gun i would recommend saving a few more hundred dollars and buy a timmy.
It is overall an average gun to me. For just a small fee more, much better guns are available. With an extra, say, fifty dollars, you could go out and by a gun that shoots just as well and more. This gun is basically kin to the Bob Long Intimidators without the extra milling. For me, I don't know about anyone else, but this gun just looks sort of... I don't know, plain. I like to pay for a gun that makes people look a second time after I shoot them. Overall, it is a pretty good gun though.
Buy if you have no more money and want a speedball gun
aphix, hybrid feedneck, halo b, check it unimount, and a71ci 4500psi dye throttle tank, and the evil pipe barrel kit.
although the stock barrel is pretty quite and accurate, i recommend a barrel kit, a new feedneck, i had trouble fitting my halo in it. you can also put any timmy parts on this gun.
Fast, reliable, field ready out of the box, you can put timmy parts on it.
The only weakness i can think of is the trigger, it is a microswitch
this gun is awesome. i have used it every weekend for the last 3 or 4 months. it is fast, but you can put in a WAS or frenzy board which will make it a lot faster. you can operate the gun at a low pressure. i run mine at 80. you can also put any intimidator parts on this gun. i will be putting a alias front block and an alias lpr. all the internals look just like an intimidator, the only difference is that there is a brass volumizer inside the gun. to get the best performance out of the aphix i would recommend buying a halo b, you will notice the difference. perfect gun for a back player that likes a long set up. stock barrel is pretty quite and accurate, but i recommend finding a barrel kit that you like. a lot of my teamates bought the system x NME's and they have had nothing but problems with thier lpr's and with drop off. but the aphix will not drop off if it is set at the right pressure. i recommend this gun to anyone who is looking for a timmy but is not willing to pay almost a grand for the gun. the gun cost me $630 with the unimount.
If you are looking for a timmy but you don't want to pay a grand for a marker, get the aphix , it can almost keep up with the intimidators out of the box. Very reliable and consistant.