I used mine in the rain quite a bit back when I had an Alias and it worked fine. Many of the boards have water resistant coating on them (not sure if the stock does or not). You still want to try and prevent moisture from getting in to the board area as much as possible and of course dry everything out ASAP after playing. We used to use some electrical tape below the grip, around the panel to help protect it (not sure if this does much or not). Another good idea is to put tape over the porting of your barrel to try and salvage as much accuracy as possible (it is still going to suffer). Lastly due to the exposed bolt, an intimidator is going to simply get more water into the breach area of the gun. This will make it a little less accurate when it is raining than some other designs that have the bolt completely sealed off (in my experience), so keep that in mind.