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paintball1997 Friday, August 13th, 2010
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
More than 5 years
Products Used:
Tippmann 98 custom, 98 pro, Spyder RS and Spyder sonix.
Marker Setup: X7
-e triger
-tornado cyclone feed mod
*Tornado cyclone feed mod
*longer barrel
*E trigger or responce trigger
Strengths: *Accurate
*Great mid-level marker
Weaknesses: *Stock barrel stinks!
Review: Great... one of the best markers i have used in my 5 years of paintballing... though it may be a little heavy it works great... if you dont like how fast it fires, i recomend you buy the tornado cyclone feed system mod (~$30-$40), the E grip, and the fang trigger... shoots 30+ bps! (Balls per second) it is great for speed ball, PERFECT for woods ball... price i got was great!
Conclusion: good marker for the money..... i got my stock X7 for 200... but you should look ALL OVER the web for prices... check out craigs list.... ebay..... anything that sells the marker check! it works great... really customiazible... make it look like almost any of your fav guns.... shoots well and no chooping.... so i hope you have fun with it! comment on this for your oponion on the marker!
10 out of 10

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