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k41d3n Saturday, January 3rd, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
More than 5 years
Products Used:
Previously I've only used the stock mag and magwell for the X-7.
Marker Setup: Tippmann X-7, Collapsable CAR stock, full TechT upgrades, Flatline barrel system, vertical foregrip, Scenario Arms heavy mag.
Strengths: High quality, great visual enhancement and very very sturdy.
Weaknesses: Installation can be tricky in some cases but by no means difficult
Review: The Scenario Arms Heavy Mag replaces both of those with a unibody metal mag. The only benefit to the stock mag is that it will hold allen wrenches for the gun in the event you have to adjust your gun in the field. Personally I've never had to adjust my X-7 in the field thus far and my main concern with the stock mag is the cheap craftsmanship of it. It's very easy to break that mag out of the magwell if you're moving fast and hit the deck hard or another surface.

The Scenario Arms mag doesn't have any mechanism to remove the mag with a quick release or store anything in it. That's what's beautiful about it. It give the gun a better look but most importantly a more balanced weight.
Conclusion: I highly recommend this for all X-7 marker owners who are looking to enhance the visuals of their gun and eliminate the fragile stock mag and mag well.
9 out of 10

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