Mil Sim guns are certainly not my favorite, but that doesn’t mean I won’t review them. Not to mention that the new BT TM-7 gets some pretty good reports. I won’t say it’s the best choice out there, but it certainly has some strong features worth mentioning. If you’re interested, keep reading. Mil Sim guns are usually bigger and heavier, but not this one. The BT-7 is actually pretty compact and surprisingly light. What I like the most though is that there are no airlines to get in your way. It’s designed very smart and looks nice and sharp. And if the looks aren’t a problem for you I think you should absolutely put this in your “must consider” list, because the performance won’t disappoint you. The marker is very reliable and has a great rate of fire. It’s very efficient and consistent. It’s also pretty accurate and has almost no kick. I’m sure you’ll like it. Here are the details about it:
“The BT TM-7 utilizes Mini Technology to inflict maximum force from a marker of minimal size. Don’t be fooled by the size of the TM-7’s exterior; it can hang with the big boys and is by no means a lightweight. Once you hold one and pull the trigger, you won’t want to put it down. Its lightweight, yet durable construction is perfect for close quarters or long-range combat. This is the marker that just may have people rethink the way they looked at Mil-Sim paintball markers.
Mini Technology Inside
Shift-On-The-Fly, 4-Position Mode Switch
Multiple, Extensive Firing Modes Including Semi/Burst/Full-Auto
Multiple Picatinny Rails Allow For Extra Accessories
Adjustable, Multi-Position Stock
Collapsible/Adjustable Front Grip
Low Pressure Operation
No External Hoses; Internal Airline Operation
Additional Modes: NPPL/PSP/NXL/Millennium
Universal Mini Style Barrel Threads”
There are some downsides worth mentioning as well. Although I like the foldable front grip design he grip itself feels a bit wobbly and somewhat fragile. It’s comfortable though and if you’re careful I don’t believe you’ll have problems with it. Also I’m not so convinced about the durability of the marker. Being so light it almost feels fragile and even though I haven’t heard of any problems on the matter my advice is to be gentle with it. Other than that the BT-7 is a great buy. And I’m sure you’ll like the price as well. Depending on the place you’re getting it you can find the thing as low as $390 or as high as $480, so be sure to check out different places before you make your final choice.