Adjustable Chop-Free Bolt - Anti-Chop ACE Board and Vision Eye - All Aluminum Body & Valve - Modular Breach - Cocker Barrels - Beautiful Fit/Finish- Insane Rates of Fire - Ligther than a Fly Angel - No Ball Chopping
The Airgun Designs X-Mag is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
ANS cocker:-........-Diablo Mongoose:
dye boomstick-........-stock barrel
drop forward-............-new universal drop
68/45 n2 tank-..........-20 oz co2
damn i thought it wouldnt come to this.... but trash
None that me or the manager saw
NEW ONE ROCKS
Everything but the ano
I work at a field in Myrtle Beach, and the manager bought this gun for his son. When it came in his son wasnt there so he wanted to try it out b4 he got in so me and him went out to a designated spot and we shot about 20 shots of so of hellfire and it never chopped them, but then it started leaking air and bustin every other ball (it had an eye too soo) we got back in tinkered around took it back out and it shot fine, kid came in worshipped his dad, went out and it messed up again.. manager sent it back and is gettin a new one, maybe it was a bad gun had to be
Ok the new gun came in yesterday... it rocked every1 to hell and back...
the company said that the bolt was faulty and some of the the electronics got screwed up sumhow
ok now for real results
never chopped one ball out of 5 cases in one days worth of play NEVER
its not the .1% gun
well if u wanna say the grip looks a lil plain go ahead but the kid didnt care he ripped it
I edit the review when the new gun comes in so i gunna give it teh benifit of the doubt and give it a 5
^^^^load of crap the gun b4 was messed up, the new one id take over a timmy or imp anyday 10 i give her a 10 a 10
10 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, July 15th, 2004 at 3:42 pm PST
High end electric markers: Angel, DM, Intimidator, Shocker, etc.
X-Mag with XMOD software, Halo b, Warp-feed, Pure Energy preset 72/4500, Tunablade trigger, CCM clamping feedneck, Deadly Wind Whisper barrel kit and System x slider on/off asa
XMOD software, Clamping feedneck, Tunablade trigger and a Barrel kit
-Fast and reliable
-Magnetic adjustible trigger
-Sleek great looks
-Out of production
-limited AGD software
-Availability of replacement parts
I bought this gun over two years ago and have been very pleased with its performance thus far. With XMOD software it shoots super fast and has plenty of different firing modes. The X-Mag has been extremely reliable and trouble free. It is very easy to clean and maintain on my own. I love that it has a removable breech so I can use a vertical feed loader or a side fed Warp Feed and in the rare event that a ball is broken the removable breech makes quick yet thorough cleaning very easy. The magnetic triggers pull and stroke length are easily set to your own personal preference. I recently replaced the stock trigger with a Tunablade trigger, but the stock trigger was satisfactory. The X-Mag comes with an adjustable reflective anti-chop eye, that coupled with the level ten anti-chop bolt makes breech breaks a very rare occurrence. The X-Mag is one of the best if not the best looking markers I have ever seen and still turns plenty of heads at the paintball field.
The only drawbacks of the X-Mag are that it is very hard to find one, it does not come stock with a clamping feed neck and the stock AGD software does not let the gun reach its full potential.
A truly excellent paintball gun in every sense. If you have the means and can find one there is no better gun on the planet.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, November 10th, 2006 at 9:55 am PST
Cockers, mags, tippmanns, spyders, a ton of other ones.
Maybe a barrel kit.
A very fast hopper.
Easy on balls.
The list goes on and on.
Not made anymore.
Wow, this is hands down the smoothest, niftiest gun I've ever had the privelage of shooting. It's so easy on balls, I put my pinky in the breech and fired, and barely felt the bolt. I'm a slow shooter, and I can easily reach 14 bps without any effort. Some of my other team-mates that got to shoot it, hit 15 bps and one even got 20. This is definatly in need of a halo B, eggy 2 with y, or warp.
This thing has interchangeable breeches for warps, so that is always a plus.
With the cocker threads you'll easily find barrels for this thing.
If your looking for a rare and super sleek gun look no further.
Rat impulse- Not even close
merlin ebladed cocker-To much work
Bule AGD X-Mag
Tequilla to black fade Abaddon 04 reg
Fasted hopper you can buy- You will need it
Never chops a ball
Never needs repaired
Fastest rechargeing valve in the world
Stopped making them- Do To Legal reasons
Soft ware up dates
It is a great paintball marker. I have never have any trouble with My mag. Vary easy to clean. The X-Mag is vary fast and light . I will never sell my Blue AGD X-Mag. If your battery dies you can use it in mechanical.
That is why I own two of them.
Just a great gun all around
10 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, December 29th, 2004 at 10:55 pm PST
custom automag, micromag,and a chris lasoya timmy....
x mag , purple to blue fade,chrome system x barrel, half clear half black eggoloution hopper... thats really about all can do with it, being that its upgraded to the max when you get it out oof the box.
better barrel, the stock one is krap............
fast,good looking, nice milling, reliable, never breaks paint.
heavy, and expensive were talkin' more than the cobra mamba angel..:-$
not a bad gun at all really. it is the fastest gun i've ever shot, and the best looking. its kinda hard to upgrade, so if you buy a gun to uprade it, and make it a super gun this is not the gun for you. the reason for this is when you buy it comes with every thing ypu can get to uprade a mag.
this gun is great on the field too. i've been playing with it for nearly seven months now and havent had 1 problem with it since then, despite other guns like the timmy and micro mag which jammed or broke the first time i shot them.this one did graet right out of the box.
i've found only two or three problems this whole time but nothing that actuall messed up the gun. they were: heavy, expensive, and did not react well to some paint.first of all this gun is not heavy, its just not light. second this gun has a 'sell your family' price tag. third, it did not react well to some paint i ran through it. some of these were pmi premium, kick'n paintballs, and draxxus paint called midnight.
this is a great gun i would suggest it to anyone who wants to sell a family member to buy it. other than this, this is the greatest gun i've ever shot. i must say you get what you pay for.its smooth, fast and reliable. if you want it get!
Light and fast. Extremely good looks. Interchangable feeds. LX bolt.
Cost (approx. $1350) and availability.
This was my first high end marker. The X-Mags absolutely rock. The maintenance is a snap and the thing never breaks down. The only problem it ever gave me was when I left it on for 2 months and killed the battery, even then I just played on mechanical mode and it still rocks!
Since these are no longer going to be available, if you get one hold on tight to it.
E-Mag, Ebladed Cocker, Viking, Matrix, and Timmy. I think when you are dealing with high-end electros...eachone has there pros and cons....But the Xmag is in the same category as these.
Xmag. Kaner barrel system, AGD 4.0 software upgrade, HALO B, Pure Energy 68ci/4500psi preset tank (soon to have a 72ci flatline), Macroline, CP rail drop, CP asa cradle.
Halo B, good barrel kit, adjustable tank, and definately the software upgrade.
looks, speed, weight, mechanical back-up, new software, gentle on paint.
Better eye and better air efficiency
In short, I love this gun.
It has the reliability and great customer service that has become synonomous with AGD and with the new software it is easily one of the fastest shooting guns on the market. I have no problem outshooting my Halo B with it, which makes its ACE and Level X bolt all that more advantagous. The gun is definately one of the lightest markers on the market, but with the release of the 03 shocker, angel 4, and alias timmy...there are lighter ones. I really dig the milling on the gun also; in my opinion, it is one of the sexiest guns on the market. My only knocks are: I wouldn't mind seeing a bit more efficiency and a beam break eye as opposed to the reflective one on the gun.
I would without hesitation recommend this gun because it's reliable, light, fast, doesnt chop paint, looks great, and is backed by a great company.
RT Pro - heavy, also chopped like mad (pre LX days)
Millenium Freeflow Racegun - LOVED this gun, just sold it for profit (i miss it)
2k1 LCD Adrenalin Angel - very nice, but inaccuracy in long distances
Boxxer Freeflow Eblade - battery sux on eblade
Black C&C Xmag #210
68/45 AGD Flatline
Warpfeed for tourny play
Insanely light, fast and wicked looking
A definate head turner
Extremely hard to get
This marker is completely AWESOME! Its lighter then a Fly ir3, more accurate and has a higher RoF. This is the first gun, that i have owned where the ACE actually works really well. The gun has a really low profile so if you love to play close to bunkers or get into a tight squeeze, this marker can actually help you get out of it. I have owned this gun for about 7 weeks and have shot roughly 10 to 12 cases thru it. Due to the lvl 10 and ACE, i haven't yet chopped a ball !!
Put yourself on the waiting list...........you won't regret it
Next was getting the setup ready, slap a quick-disconnect to the X-Valve, and an ASA, a drop, and a good tank. Fired a few rounds over the chrony, and it showed -/+2 FPS difference and tweaked it to around 293. Played a game with it (back when I didn't have the warp), and found it to be amazing, very light, handles like a dream, trigger wasn't even touched yet, and could play with it to a "T". After some fine Trigger adjusting, setting my sensativity as light as a mouse click, with a tiny bit more give for better walking, I was ready for round 2. handled even better this time, and the trigger was insane for walking. I think (guestimated) I was firing any where from 16BPS - 20BPS (max capped wirh 2.4 software). I ended up putting 3000 rounds of paint thru it that day and not 1 chop! Off of a 68/3000psi tank i found i could put thru a full hopper, and 5-6 pods thru it. On Manual mode I found with the same tank pressure i could only go thru a full hopper and 4-5 pods before the LvL 10 starts losing my consistancy in shots.
Try out as many markers as you want, but when it comes down to the best, this is it. The X-mag handles like a dream, and it should impress even the most experienced players. Very Light, Very Fast, Very Sexy, Very Tight (low profile), and the Most importantly, Gentle on the Paint, and Not on your opponents!
10 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, May 7th, 2004 at 8:32 am PST