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|05-18-2009, 11:59 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jun 2007
The ever expanding parts list
I was just looking through the pics of Phantoms. I noticed that a lot pics featured the large group of Phantom parts. I finally realized that I myself have an ever expanding group of Phantom parts. Every time I start of thinking about switching to another marker, I see a setup for the Phantom that matches that marker.
If you want a pistol you can buy the parts for that Phantom. If you want a open class CO2 marker you can buy parts for that Phantom. Want a stock class high pressure air power marker you can buy the parts for that setup. I just love all the hard working airsmiths out there who are will to build us all these great parts.
I think that the only thing you cannot buy for a Phantom is parts to turn it into a electro-psycho speed marker. But I didn't buy my Phantom because I wanted to be a talented finger twitchier.
Tell me what you think. How many parts are in your gear bag?
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|05-19-2009, 12:29 AM||#2 (permalink)|
Join Date: Nov 2006
Location: Cave Creek, AZ
Well, I was fooling around with my Phantom today and I have the following:
Right Feed Body
Back Bottle Air
Reducer and Bottomline
45 Grip Frame with Dye Stickies
Full Size Pump Handle
Mini Pump Handle
Kidney Thief Pump Handle
I'm working on getting a stock class body and possibly a micro barrel so I can run it as a pistol, possibly a VSC set-up some time in the future, may also get some sort of undercocking. Only time will tell.
|05-19-2009, 05:41 PM||#4 (permalink)|
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Heh, those airsmiths that make all these parts...his name is Mike Casady.
Yeah, yeah, I know there are more, but he's the man for making so many configurations. BTW, here are scans of the latest catalog that I picked up at SPE:
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