* Includes eGrip - the eGrip can shoot up to 20 BPS and features five firing modes including semi auto, turbo, 3-shot safety burst, auto response, and full safety auto. Requires 9 volt battery (not included)
* The most customizable marker ever made, with a thousand different looks
* Magnesium receiver is extremely lightweight and durable
* Cyclone EP (Enhanced Performance) system feeds up to 20 BPS
* Air-thru stock compatible system eliminates gas line under the marker
* Low profile, offset hopper for clear sight line
* Modular shroud with four rails to add sights and scopes
* AR-15 style magazine with built in tool storage
* Picatinny top rail to easily add new risers, sights, or handles
* Upgraded adjustable rear site helps with long range aiming
* Push-pin design for easy field stripping and accessory add-ons
* Includes maintenance pack, barrel sleeve, and gun oil
The Tippmann X-7 Electronic is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
QUALITY, 20+ balls a second. Great customer support. Very customizable.
Very bad co2 efficiency .
I have been using this gun for a few weeks now and i have fallen in love with it. It is a great gun. The stock cyclone system needs a little oil out of the box, but other then that the gun is ready to go. (although i would recommend oiling the whole gun). The gun probably only gets about 500 shots out of a 20 0z co2 tank before the cyclone stops working. So i recommend the vortex mod and the lightning rod. The stock barrel should be replaced also.
I love it. It always works when it needs to and never chops balls.
The E-grip is fast and fun. X-7 marker is reliable.
Hasnt been released to public. I heard Tippmann had trouble with Egrips at OK Dday.
I went to Special Ops Elite Weekend '07 and on the second day we had the chance to go down a zip line shooting targets with an X-7 with an E-grip and Flatline barrel.
I went down the line and the grip performed like it was supposed to. After a few shots It would kick into either a full auto or burst ramping mode (I don't know because I didn't hold the trigger down more than 3 shots). I love the selector used for choosing the firing mode, you flip a switch from safe to semi to another selection and you press the button you want that selection to be.
I used this at the end of the day so about 45 other guys had used it through the day, and it was still working fine. The X-7 seems to work great, I've been using mine regularly since that weekend and I haven't had a single problem. I have heard other people say they have problems, but I can't speak for them.
When it comes out I recommend that you buy it. It's fun and the X-7 will load up to 20 bps. The E-grip on it will allow you to actually fire that much.