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AvidJman Thursday, January 8th, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
2 years6 of 7 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
TippmannA-5- Solid marker...
BT TM7- Not worth the money, cheaply made...
Marker Setup: TIppmannX7
MP5 Shroud
BSA Optics Red Dot Sight
Remote Line
62/3000 HPA Tank
MP5 Mag Well
MP5 Clip
Tiberious Sight Mount
Carbine Stock
Full Vortex Mods
Lapco Soft Paddles
Lightning Rod
Squishy Paddles
Strengths: Very Strong Marker
Cyclone Works Great
Shoots Straight
Somewhat Light
Weaknesses: Not good for speedball as it can be a little bulky for the tight courses
Review: TheTIppmann X7 is a very reliable and solid marker, i have never had a problem with this marker before and have owned it for two years now.

The Cyclone NEEDS Softer paddles as an upgrade or you might chop at high BPS or cold weather.

This marker is very customizable and can shoot very well at high BPS.

I prefer this over my TM7 because it feels more solid and well built. Some people think that the X7 is just a glorified version of the A5 but it is NOT. The X7 piston housing is much better,and the cyclone can operate faster. It has way more rails to add on scopes or sights, or anything you want! I love this marker and would never get rid of it!!!
Conclusion: I HIGHLY recommend the X7 over any other markerbecause it looks great, very customisable and is very reliable.
10 out of 10

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