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.
accurate,if battery goes dead you've got mechanical......
heavy as hell
I love this gun it compares with all other tourny guns an beats them (tied with excal)
i've used/tested/owned them all this gun kicks a**. I will never switch guns again.
I swear by this gun and always will with my level 10 it never chops and its pretty d***
air efficient compared with (most) other guns now for the accuracy with the long bow
I hold a pattern of about 4 inches from about 18-20 yards away .gun kicks a**gun kicks a**
gun kicks a**gun kicks a**.did I mention this gun kicks a**.
If you've got the greenbacks go for it it's the best on the market hands down.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, January 24th, 2004 at 8:09 pm PST
everythi ng, fast, reliable, no chopping, light, looks cool
this gun is amazing. it can be run with out the battery in standard mode(mechanical), or with the batter in electric and it even has a hybrid mode which is both at the same time.
it is so light and loos awsome. it has great features like the new x valve, removeable breach, eye, lvl 10 bolt. if i had 1000 or so dollars to spend on a marker, i would definitly consider this one.
this is a great marker. it has the best reliability for an electro because it deos not need batteries. it has great features and is very small and light. very fast. AGD has done it again.
Angels, Eclipse Bushmaster, Mag, custom built Eclipse Autococker, but Nothing truly compares
X-Mag LX satin black, center feed with Halo
The stock barrel is good but upgrade for a kit.
Left module with Warp. Don't forget the Halo B on the Warp.
It is very fast. It does have good range. Light and easy to shoot.
Accidents can happen with a triggar pull this light. Handgrips are cheap.
Here is the marker as I see it.
1. Fast. Even for an electro.
2. Light. Honestly the bulk of the weight feels like it is in the battery pack, but a warp will balance that out.
3. It is easy to shoot. No programed firing sequences to boot up. No stupid text messages to send or receive.
4. It has a good solid range to it. It can reach from an inflatable 10 man Sup'air with air tubes with little to no Kentucky wind-age.
5. It is fun to shoot. I have used others and owned a custom Eclipse cocker. They were cool, but this is genuinely fun to shoot. Yes the A.C.E is a comfort to go with the Level 10, but It is still fun to shoot with the power off.
6. I have found that the A.C.E is troublesome with old/ cheap paint, or rubber target practice balls. It is easier to target practice in manual mode.
7. It is expensive. I spent 718 pounds sterling (roughly $1150) for a Black LX with 2.21 software, center feed, and had to wait a month for it to be made/ assembled.
8. Hand grips are cheap. Truly a disgrace to any marker, but on this marker it is cruelty.
All and all it is everything 8 months of researching and web-surfing can do, and more. It is fast. It is light. It has good range. It is expensive, but It is worth it. Save your self the trouble and just go for it if you have the money. Hands down it is worth it..
Well i tested out this gun and was impressed with it! I dont know much about it except that it rocks! If your wanting to buy one put your name on pre order list or something.. If you can afford this gun i would defintialy buy this gun!! ok ignore the following stuff i am about to say because you have to have 50 words so 1 2 3 4
AGD Automag and RT ULE/Palmer Blazer- Better than Mech Mode X-mag but not as nice as E-mode
Angel (2004 or newer)/Mini/most new High End electros I have tried above Ion- Definitely nice, lower build quality generally but higher performance
Proto SLG- Not even close
B2K4- Broke after a few uses
A new anno if you have a plain one to make this beauty shine
Maybe new grips or feedneck if you want
Ease of basic maintenance
Good Efficency (1100 shots 68/4500)
Full disassembly = nightmare
Electronics/Software dated/needlessly complicated
Reflective Eye (need to adjust)
I have own two other Automags- one classic and one highly upped RT ULE- and this marker is by far the best. It is the only electro I would ever use as a primary right now. I didn't like the idea of getting an electro but this hybrid is the best way to do it. Mech, E, and Hybrid modes give you penty of options but E-mode is so nice that I just stay in it all the time. Basic Maintenance is easy as long as you don't break paint (make sure to adjust the eye well). The grip frame should be left alone. It is a unique design for an electro but if you are not careful it is easy to break a wire or misground the boards. I broke 3 wires trying to reinstall the ACE/Main Board after reanno. That is definitely a recommendation as well, re-anno. This beautiful marker reaches its full potential once reannoed. It really brings out the milling. The performance is excellent as expected and mine proved to be more efficent than my RT ULE before and after Pneumaging it. It gets around 1100-1200 shots off my 68/4500 when it is fully filled. This marker is truly the crown jewel of the AGD marker line. Any Automag fan should get one.
This is the best marker I have ever held or used. I only know of a few (as in 2-3) that I would even consider trading this marker in for and only with alot of testing. I would recommend this marker to the collector or Automag fan. For those who want a more modern, lighter, and/or disposable marker, look somewhere else.