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    Posted: 07 March 2012 at 3:49pm
My son wants an x7 phenom.  I have heard some not so good things about the mechanical version.  I need some help on if I should buy the mechanical or encourage him to wait and save for the other model.  Thanks in Advance
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Hm, I'm not sure what bad things you're referring to. The Phenom is a very slick setup. I don't have any experience with the mechanical version, but firing the original in mechanical mode is pretty much the same thing. 
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@ardaviddr,

Hello. I have the Phenom Mechanical and I love it. I just kind of noticed that when ever I take apart the Phenom, I have to use just a dab of Tippmann Lube on 3 parts to make sure there isn't any air leaking when I attach the air tank. I think with anything, taking apart is very easy but putting the Phenom back together is just as easy. Lastly, the only reason I bought a mechanical is because the paintball park near my house doesn't allow 3burst or full auto. Even with a mechanical, I can go through 200 rounds like in 10minutes if I'm not paying attention so I'm kind of glad I didn't get the electro. I am a newbie by the way and only have used my marker 2 times thus far but after handling my brother's A-5, I can kind of understand why they named the X7, Phenom.
Newbie w/ Tippmann X7 Phenom Mechanical, Flatline Barrel, 45ci/4500psi ninja, dye i4,.. currently shopping for a remote line/harness, all the little extras come later.
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