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Old 05-23-2013, 01:27 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Stock helped me the most. I can't use the T-stock because its adjustable and gets tangled in my jersey but the L-stock is amazing feeling. I got used to swinging it up and it being on point.
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Old 05-29-2013, 04:45 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Finally getting the hang of aiming my sc phantom.

Tried it with no stock, no sight, couldn't aim worth a damn. Shots always went higher than my aim. Figure i could adjust but had trouble getting my arms/wrists to line up properly.

Then tried w/ L-stock & ghost ring. Much better. Still getting the hang of aiming in general when using any kind of sight, though. Spent so many years using vertical feed guns, so i learned to aim down the side from the beginning.

Replaced the brass post with a hi-viz fiber optic sight dot thing, but didn't really help any since it's too short and doesn't center in the ring like the brass post does. I dug up an old red dot sight in a box of parts from my cousin, and had to re-solder some wires to make it work again, and the vertical adjustment screw hole is stripped, so need to fix that, but i might give that a go.
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being one with your phantom

Two barrel sighting helps too i suppose
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