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|10-01-2013, 09:19 AM||#11 (permalink)|
I run my Phantoms with rear drop out changers and VSC setups. I always come back to the rear drop out. I machined grooves to make my knobs easier to grip and works great. I hope Mike does finish the lever changer. So I'll be able to run 15rnd feed tubes with the lever changer. If not I need to get off my lazy butt and build it for myself.
You know you shoot a Phantom when you shoot more paint over the chrony verifying your FPS than you shoot in an entire game.
Originally Posted by jokers
I play pump because I'm a masochistic bastard who gets his jollies from being outgunned but not outplayed.
|10-03-2013, 02:03 AM||#12 (permalink)|
Join Date: Apr 2013
The drop out is kind of fun. It gives the gun an interesting look. Your gun is dedicated to running 12 grams and that gets me some odd comments. I would love a larger nob, I had to file down the ball retainer cap so my feed tube would fit properly. With a drop out you only manage 3 things wile changing CO2; Gun, old 12 gram and new 12 gram. With the bucket you manage 4; Gun, Bucket, Old and New 12 grams.
That being said buckets are easy and faster to use. The VSC set up puts the bucket in a great easy to get to place but buckets also work well with a back bottle gun. My next (3rd) Phantom will be a stock class back bottle with a bucket changer. If I chose to put a stock on it I would change it to a VSC so it doesn't hit my mask, but I already have one as a VSC. VSC with a stock (IMO) is the most playable and easy to use version of the Phantom. It's a joy to play with but then again they all are. Do what you like and don't forget to have fun.
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