Tippmann TMC Magfed Gun Review

The mag-fed market has been booming lately, with companies like Dye and Spyder churning out some sick options. But yeah, definitely, there has been a void when it comes to a solid, pocket-friendly mag-fed gun. Tippmann is known for their reliable markers, so fingers crossed they come up with something that really grabs the attention of new players. Let’s keep our eyes peeled for any fascinating developments!


The TMC is a mag-fed version of Tippmann’s highly popular Cronus. Now, let’s put light on that trigger frame. It’s the ditto one as the Cronus, and let me add, it’s the bee’s knees. It’s a top-notch, well-crafted paintball gun that doesn’t break the bank. And guess what? The TMC follows suit with the same winning blueprint.

Tippmann has stuck with their tried-and-true blowback style valve for the past couple of decades, making only minor tweaks along the way. That trusty valve can be detected not only in the TMC but also in other Tippmann guns like the Cronus, 98, and A5. They’ve truly honed in on a conquering recipe that keeps players coming back for more paintball fun!

The TMC’s body and black parts are made of aluminum, while the tan parts are nylon, and the grips are rubber. The charging handle, which you use to re-cock the gun, is plastic-made.

Although it may weaken with the passage of time, I don’t wonder, this flaw would be worldwide.

The TMC is blaster-some because you can apply it with a hopper or magazines. It even comes with an easy-to-install hopper adapter. Just keep the note you can’t use both the hopper and magazine simultaneously with the TMC. It’s one or the other.


  • Smooth Firing Mechanism
  • Reliable CO2/HPA Compatibility
  • Easy Maintenance
  • Highly Customizable
  • Picatinny Rails
  • Adjustable Stock
  • Durable Construction
  • Realistic Appearance
  • Dual Feed Option
  • Magfed System

Shot quality

If you’ve ever blasted a Tippmann, you’ll have a classic feel for how the TMC gives out. It rocks a blowback style bolt/valve that operates at tank pressure, around 750 PSI. Because of that high-pressure action, the TMC does kick a bit and make some noise.

Compared to other high-pressure guns like Azodin or Spyder, the TMC’s chunky build helps tame the kick, and the body material helps muffle the sound. So, the kick ain’t too shabby, and the gun ain’t too loud.


When I first got my hands on the TMC, I couldn’t believe how feather-light it was. You’d think a big ol’ mag-fed/milsim gun would be heavy as a brick, but not this beast.
Let me break it down for you: the Tippmann TCR, which is smaller, weighs about 4lb 6oz; the US Army Project Salvo comes in at 5 lbs 4oz, but the TMC? It’s a lean, mean fighting machine at just 4lbs flat. And get this: the Planet Eclipse CS1, which is way smaller, weighs a measly 2lbs 3oz. So, you catch my drift: the TMC is as light as a feather!

Now, let’s talk about that trigger frame. It’s the same as the Cronus, and let me tell you, it’s the bee’s knees. The best thing about the Cronus is that comfy trigger frame. It’s wrapped in rubber, making it extra cozy, and the grooves on the front fit my fingers like a glove. It’s something you gotta experience for yourself, my friend.

And don’t even get me started on the stock. It’s top-notch! You can adjust it to 4 different positions so you can find the perfect fit for you. But here’s a little secret: using a remote line with the stock is the way to go. Having the stock and tank on the gun at the same time can feel a bit wonky, you know? So, there you have it, friend! The TMC is light as a feather and comfy as can be. It’s a winner, no doubt about it!


They’re absolutely rockin’! I ain’t got a single complaint because they’re just so dang awesome. The quality is off the charts; they provide amazing pace, and the best part? They won’t break the bank. They’re super light on pockets. I’m head over heels for ’em, indubitable about it. When it comes to snagging a mag-fed gun, the mags are like the holy grail. If you end up with ones that aren’t well at feeding or break easily, it’s game over, man. But don’t fret! The TMC magazines are built tough as nails, and they’re priced so sweet that you can stock up on backups or bring a whole bunch of extras to the field. It’s a total win-win!


When it comes to reliability, Tippmann is the name of trust. Those beasts are like the OGs of paintball guns, you know? They’re built to last for ages. You can get them in hands every weekend for five whole years, and they’ll still be kicking. Heck, you could even leave them untouched for five years, and they’ll still fire up like nobody’s business. And let me tell you, you can treat ’em rough, abuse ’em, and they’ll just keep on trucking. They’re like the Energizer bunnies of paintball guns—they just keep on working and working.

And guess what? The TMC is cut from the same cloth. It’s got those same awesome internals as the Cronus, a gun that’s proven itself time and time again. So you can bet your bottom dollar that the TMC is gonna be just as reliable. It’s gonna be a force to be reckoned with on the field

  • Magazine are cheap and strong
  • Nice sturdy but keeps the smooth feel
  • Really identical to and AR/M4 feel
  • No ugly gas line protruding from the gun
  • Light weight
  • Does not take rubber balls that are 7 grams. It jams up in the mag because the spring isn’t strong enough

Video Review : Tippmann TMC Magfed 

Conclusion :

The TMC is an absolute gem, no doubt about it. The build quality is top-notch, the ergonomics are super comfy, and those magazines? They’re just fantastic. The whole point of the TMC is to cater to those new to magazine-fed paintball or those who crave the versatility it offers. It’s like the perfectly amazing starting point for anyone diving into the paintball world. And let me tell you, the TMC delivers on that versatility front.

You can rock it in mag-fed mode with the stock and gas block, or you can switch it up and go for a more lightweight setup by using the hopper adapter and removing the stock and gas block. Talk about options, right? And let’s not turn a blind eye to its stellar build quality, which sets it apart from the competition. The TMC is a true all-rounder, geared up to tackle any situation you throw at it.

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