Why was the Tippmann X7 Phenom discontinued?

Why was the Tippmann X7 Phenom discontinued?

Unfortunately, the Tippmann X7 Phenom has been discontinued by Tippmann. This is not to say that this marker was not loved by paintball players, but rather, the production costs were too great that Tippmann had to review their existing line of products.

How much is a Tippmann X7 Phenom?

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Did GI sports go out of business?

Paintball equipment makers G.I. Sportz Inc. and Tippmann are bankrupt after defaulting on $29 million of debt.

What paintball guns are automatic?

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Can you full auto in paintball?

The marker has a single-shot mode that can fire up to 15 paintballs per second. The marker has the ability to shoot 15 balls per second. Combine it with an upgrade e-trigger to achieve full auto rapid firing with no broken balls.

Who bought G.I. Sportz?

Fulcrum Capital Partners
Earlier this year, a Toronto-based firm called Fulcrum Capital Partners purchased majority share of G.I. Sportz, which essentially eliminated several of its prior partners.

What does G.I. Sportz own?

Kore Outdoor Inc., formerly known as G.I. Sportz, manufactures and distributes paintballs, markers and related accessories. Kore serves a worldwide customer base of paintball fields and stores.

How does an automatic paintball gun work?

Most semi-automatic mechanical paintball guns are blowback guns. These fire when the pulled trigger releases a bolt which is propelled forward by a spring and pushes the paintball into the barrel. Once the ball is in the barrel, the bolt strikes a pin, opening the valve, allowing air to go down the barrel.