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varqss Tuesday, March 13th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month1 of 4 people found this review helpful.

6 months
Products Used:
Tippmann X7, 98 Custom, A5
Marker Setup: Tac-one warp left
Warp Drive
Evo 3 loader
warp drive
Strengths: Good stock barrel
No chops
Clear field of vision
Weaknesses: Trigger moves side to side a bit - no big deal.
Review: This marker is awesome... i must say I am impressed. It is light and genuinely feels of high quality. I tried a 14" stiffi switch, hammerhead 14" barrel and the stock barrel with RPS all stars and marbalizers, the stock barrel performed well, although the stiffi may have been a tad more accurate for long shots.
I bought the ULE trigger and warp which are a must.. the only drawback is the instructions for assembly are lacking, there were no pics or diagrams. Had to call AGD and they were great to deal with. The tech helped me over the phone , which was not hard at all.

The trigger takes some getting used to due to learning how to time the pulls. The gun is awesome. A great upgrade from the tippmann.
Conclusion: Highly reccommend this "mechanical" marker. I have an X7 also and this marker blows it away. It may cost more but well worth the price considering what you get (level 10, x valve & ULE)
10 out of 10

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