he new Crossover XVR delivers on every front to take your game to the next level. Now there’s a Tippmann marker designed for tournament players by tournament players.
The XVR is packed with performance features including FlexValve Technology which allows operation under 300PSI, reduces recoil and improves air efficiency. The XVR also features an internal Gas Line, three position selector switch changes from electronic to mechanical operation on the fly, center feed with locking feedneck, and break-beam anti-chop eyes. The XVR is dual air compatible which is the ability to add a front vertical regulator when using an aftermarket on/off ASA. The magnetically activated Hall-Effect Electronics provides 6 firing modes including Safety Full-auto, 3-Shot Burst, NPPL, PSP, Millennium, Auto-Response or Semi-Auto.
Tippmann Sports Crossover XVRI would say it is a mechanical gun with a board over a pure electric gun. With that being said it fires smooth and consistent, even with less then ideal paint. 6 months old never rotated left in a...
I would say it is a mechanical gun with a board over a pure electric gun. With that being said it fires smooth and consistent, even with less then ideal paint. 6 months old never rotated left in a basement paint. ASA and all internal lines means nothing is in the way. The gun will shoot with out a battery but even if the batter does die in the middle of the game you can replace it with out any tool in less then 10 seconds. Even in it's mechanical mode the gun shoots great. It does have a bunch of other Pro's as well but I want to hit on it's cons a bit as well. First being the grip. For a lot of people the grip is not as comfortable as some other markers in it's price range. Myself I have had no issues with it and I don't use gloves when I play. Second is the threading on the barrel. It still uses the A5 Tippmann threading and I wish they just went to the autococker threading like just about everyone else uses. granted it does come with a adapter but that's just not as good.
Overall this was the ideal marker to get. It works perfectly in mechanical mode for woodsball and you have the selector switch to turn on the electronics if a fire fight gets heavy or you just want to play some speed ball. It has all of your standard programmable modes for myself I have it locked in electric mode for psp so it's 12.5 bps on my gun (noting that at this time the rate has been increased to 13.33 bps) I don't have a reason to change it much. Great, great gun.