Tippmann TiPX Paintball Pistol Marker Gun
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- Lightweight, compact paintball pistol with easy-to-maintain design
- 2 Tru-Feed straight stack magazines with low-tension spring systems
- Under-barrel 12-gram CO2 air system with metal trigger
- External velocity adjuster; 8 bps feed rate; 0.68 caliber
- Include maintenance kit and deluxe carrying case; weighs 1 pound 11 ounces
- True military-style paintball pistol in a compact, lightweight design
- The under barrel 12 gram CO2 air system is easy to load
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Tippmann TiPX Paintball Pistol Marker GunThe new TPX .68 Caliber Paintball Pistol boasts an innovative, compact design, specially engineered to be lightweight, easy to maintain, customizable, and best of all, dependable.
TiPX Pistol FeaturesMetal Trigger Punctures C02 On First Pull2 Self-Locking 8-Ball Magazine ClipsQuick Release Magazine Feed System Under Barrel 12 Gram C02 Air SystemEasy To Load 1/4 Turn C02 CapExternal Velocity AdjusterInternal RegulatorAbility to Add Remote LineErgonomically Designed GripCovered Ammo WindowsRemovable Barrel with X7 ThreadsMaintenance kit is includedDeluxe carrying case is includedState and local law applies Some paintball and airgun orders will be cancelled.
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The color varieties this come in are great
Looks and functions like a normal semi auto pistol. You don't have a slide or a hammer to worry about though. Point and click application
Easy to add co2 cartridges - they go in the front under the barrel, you just unscrew the black cap, add the cartridge, put cap back on, and pull trigger once to pop the seal.
Magazines function EXACTLY like normal pistol mags. Easy to reload, swap out, etc. When you eject the mag, there is no loss of air.
Internals are easy once you get in there. Check this out for teardown and maintenance. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yStXX_7g_NU
Easy to adjust FPS (there's a spot in the rear where the hammer would be)
Lightweight for the size (when fully loaded feels a little less heavy than a 9mm with 4 inch barrel and polymer grip)
The grip is good for me, although small hands would have trouble.
The case it comes with is nice
Rail on the bottom is nice, haven't had to use it yet though.
Threaded barrel allows for customization.
If you have a paint break inside, could be tricky to clean out since full dis-assembly may be required
To maintenance the internals, you have to take the entire gun apart. Basically split it in half. You can see all the screws in the picture, you remove all of those.
All plastic exterior. Its tough stuff, but I would have preferred if the top component was metal and not just the barrel part.
Size: this thing is about the size of a Desert Eagle. It is larger than any handgun I own. Its prettly light despite that. Be warned when finding a holster to fit it into
The safety is kinda weird, its like the depress buttons you find on rental guns as opposed to the normal switch versions. Meaning you can't just thumb it on and off. You have to use an index finger to make it live, thumb to make it safe.