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Tippmann Sports

DraXxus

Product Testing performed with DraXxus Paintballs

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Tippmann X7
by Bill Mills - Photos by Dawn Mills - Nov 2007

Features HowItWorks Disassembly Adjustment Testing Data

Tippmann X7 Velocity adjustment paintballWith only one main adjustment – velocity – the X7 is simple to set up and use. Like the A5, the X7's velocity adjuster is located on the right hand side of the marker. A hex-head screw is accessible through an opening in the right side receiver half, just above the gas piston which drives the Cyclone feeder. Turning the adjuster screw clockwise drives the screw inward, causing it to further interfere with the flow of gas through the X7 power tube, reducing velocity. Anti-clockwise rotation backs the screw out, opening up the gas path, which is done to increase the velocity.

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