Colapsible stock, 14 inch barrel, M-16 sights (both fron and rear)
a stock of anykind, and a longer barrel
Reliabilty, shooting speed
When I played my first game of paintball I used a Tippmann 98C, and I was hooked so I went and bought a X-7. The verry first time I played I got lots of oohs and aahs. My gun was repeatedly banged slammed and acdently droped(verry hard I may add) and it still preformed wonderfully.
With the stock 8" barrel accurcy is fair, I could hit targets out to about 15 yards. The 14" dubbled that.
Although its a woodsball marker I can still crank out paint at nice rate.
In one game I slammed into a bunker so hard it knocked me silly for a bit. Balls where broken in the hopper and the clip poped out. But the gun still worked flawsly.
This is its only weakness. The first day I used it the arm that held the pistol grip the elbow was sore. The gun weighs about 3-5 lbs. But I got used to it after a few more days.
I had it said to me that this gun could get you shot in a well lit alley. The gun just looks mean! Gets me lots of oohs and aahs whenever I play.
If you love woodsball and want a mean looking marker the X-7 is the way to go!