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Old 12-12-2009, 01:30 PM   #111 (permalink)
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as for #99? I really am quite curious about the full story behind that one. I don't see why they would restart their numbering.
Anyone else got a 2009 Ghost that we could compare my number with? Would Lapco release what number were produced for the 2009 production run?
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I have S/N 221 for 2006
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Just got #349.

It's a 2009. 2010s won't be showing up for a few months. Darn.
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I just got 2009 #334.

Did everyone else get a manual? It's just a little different than my Phantom and I could have used a little help re-assembling the first time, haha
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I got a manual, sorta. It's like five pages printed and stapled together

What do you need to know? It's a very basic Nelson, I think even simpler than a Phantom. God, I hate trying to get that pump rod lined up in the bolt when you put a phantom back together.
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Uhm basically trigger adjustment. Everything else was kind of trial-and-error putting it back together but I didn't have time to gas it up again and figure out how the trigger pull was adjusted. For a quicker release does the black ramp thingy need to be near the front of the gun or the rear?

I agree completely about the pump rod on a Phantom... I love my Ghost even though I've only had about 35 rounds through it... so much nicer. I've got a Hogue M16 grip on my Phantom that I ADORE but even the Ghost grip feels better, I think (it's a little thinner). I think I'll probably leave the feed tube at 15 rounds. Now I'm just waiting on my PPS barrel and that scenario game on March 6th heh...
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I haven't bothered to mess with the trigger adjustment, so there's probably someone better qualified to answer that. I'm not going to fool with it until I've broken the gun in a bit.
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