Tippmann X7 Phenom Paintball Marker Gun
|Price:||$299.00 - $399.00|
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Tippmann X7 Phenom Mechanical Paintball Marker GunThis new lower price X7 Phenom option will appeal to players who prefer the mechanical option but like the performance of the FlexValve, as well as players who prefer to invest later in the electronics.
FeaturesFlexValve� TechnologyVirtually eliminates recoilOperates below 300 psiIncredible efficiencyCompatible with CO2 or compressed airState and local law applies Some paintball and airgun orders will be cancelled.
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Update #1: Instructed by seller to return the marker to the manufacturer for repairs - no indication that a pre-paid shipping label will be provided. This means I am paying extra out of my pocket to fix this marker that was defective out of the box.
Update #2: The manufacturer is providing a pre-paid shipping label and will perform repairs covered under warranty at no cost. My recommendation for the future? Cut out the middle man and buy directly from Tippmann or find a physical storefront selling markers for your purchase - don't risk the headache or waste of time.
My only gripe on the gun is the full auto. It can shoot FAST! (up to 900 rpm or 15 bps!!), but there's a catch. It's technically a "Safe Full-Auto" which requires you to pull the trigger four times in succession before the auto is activated. I'm researching videos on Youtube on how to set it on full auto with just one trigger pull, but I'm having problems with the way the lights flash on my grip. And the fact that I have to do this to begin with is a hassle. I find this an unnecessary feature and ultimately makes the X7 Phenom fall short of a full 5-star rating.
While I'm still on the grip, I tried to put the setting on to where the light alternates flashing green and red. Instead, it's flashing both really fast. I'm not sure if this is a defect or not. If you know, please contact me right away.
Another downside is the batteries. Don't even try using cheap brand 9-volt batteries in this, as it will impact the performance of electrical mode. You're better off using recognized brands like Duracel (Ultra highly recommended) or Energizer.
The X7 Phenom is a good gun, but the problems I've been having with it lately prevent me from rating it a great gun. I had some very high hopes for it, only to be let down.
Summary: If you are considering the X7p, stop considering it and buy it - there is no way you will be anything but satisfied with the marker if it has the feature set that interests you.
The barrel of this gun it's nice. You may want to buy a larger and better one, but overall the one that includes the package do the job in a great way.
The cyclone feeder it's simply awesome, no gas leaks, the toggle to change modes is smooth, if you do not have a grip you can use the mag, good range to shoot...
I definitely recommend this marker to anyone who wants a quality, accurate and durable marker... ask anyone who owns a Phenom (or a Tippmann).