Tippmann has introduced the new fully modded X7 Phenom Assault Edition marker that gives a very aggressive look to the Phenom. This new Limited Edition marker features the X7 Phenom electro-pneumatic marker packaged with the Assault edition tactical mods including the Assault folding/collapsible stock, two folding sights, foregrip and curved mag.
The X7 Phenom, a next-generation .68 caliber paintball marker that's truly in a class of its own. The unmatched benefits of this new electro pneumatic marker include improved air efficiency, superior accuracy, manual or electronic firing and the flexibility to use either CO2 or compressed air. The heart of the Phenom is Tippmann's patented FlexValve Technology, a brand new technology that is not available on any other paintball marker.
The FlexValve operates below 300 PSI for improved air efficiency, giving players more than 1,400 shots from a single 68 cubic-inch, 4500 PSI tank. Also, with its Spool Valve Design, recoil is virtually eliminated for significantly-enhanced accuracy. The searless design of the Phenom also incorporates fewer wear parts, making maintenance easier than ever. And, even though the Phenom is three inches shorter than the standard X7, it will still accept more than 20 current X7 mods and upgrades, including the popular Flatline barrel.
9.5" high performance stone-honed barrel
New compact and lightweight aluminum body
Streamlined design with internal gasline and no cocking handle
Pushpin construction for easy field stripping
All-metal trigger for enhanced stability
Magnetically activated hall effect electronics
Redesigned Cyclone Feed System paddles that feed up to 20 balls-per-second without batteries
Picatinny top rail to easily add new sights and handles
Air-thru stock compatibility
Internal regulator with new external-velocity adjustment
I would like to start off by saying, I have a lot of paintball markers and this one is by far my absolute favorite for my "go to" marker out of all of them (at this time). When I first bought this marker I did not have faith in the cyclone feed system so I bought a force products feedneck adapter so that I could use an electronic loader. That was a huge mistake . The force products feedneck was causing a lot of ball chops because of the way it was designed. I actually did a review video of that feedneck. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=WunwnnFIkrw
So, I realized very quickly that the cyclone feed system is actually a really good system and I felt stupid for buying the force products feedneck....lol. The cyclone feed system has performed for me flawlessly every single time. I have not even had any problems with the factory paddles in the cyclone feed system breaking paint. That being said, I do not use really bridal paint. The marker feels really good when shouldered (well balanced and comfortable). The maintenance is very easy and quick compared to a lot of other markers. I might actually do a review video on this marker at some point but to make a long story short, I have owned this marker for three years and I have put a lot of use on it and I have never had any problems with it. If you are looking for marker like this one, then look no further. I think anyone that purchases this marker will be more than happy with it unless you're very lucky and get a defective one. If you are very unlucky and get a defective one do not lose faith, contact Tippmann and or Hustlepaintball and I am very confident that any and all of your problems will get solved. I give this marker a VERY confident 5 out of 5 stars and I will tell you again....if you are looking for a marker like this one, you will be very happy. Now buy it and get out there and paint some faces ...lol
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