Pure energy 4500psi/68ci w/remote, Rip clip, 450 rd hopper, lapco 8" barrel w/Apex, Sling,
double triggrt, tech T Bolt.
Bolt, go with rip clip, remote,
Light, fast, looks, options, reliability, size! color (olive), rip clip (option) Manual, parts kit, price.
Feed neck, tank adapter (wobbles with tank on it), selector switch
I bought this gun because of the respect I have for the Mini I own. I love the ease of maintenance and the simplicity of the internals. I never had any issues with the durability of the Mini and so far haven't had any with the tm-7! This gun looks awesome, is only a little bit bigger than the mini, and has easy to use fire mode selection. You can easily attach a sling, or any other gear if you so choose on the rails. The stock feed neck sucks so I recommend the rip clip. The stock feed neck wobbles with a good size loader like the Halo or Pinokio. The rip clip is a must have in my mind, it sets off to the side more than the feed neck and is way more stable. The ASA on the bottom wobbles with a tank attached so I run with remote and have no issues. Some may not like the trigger compared to the Mini, It is squishy and not at all crisp like an after market Mini trigger. The double trigger also is the same way. I'm sure there will be a replacement soon. The only other issue I have is the selector switch. It is too easily moved during play. Overall the gun in my mind is great, durable, good on paint, and with the 8" apex shoots like a dream! get the APex
it has a few small issues but overall I highly recommend!