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Old 02-03-2010, 10:18 PM   #121 (permalink)
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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...
Slide the ramp backwards to make it fire earlier in the trigger pull. The set screw in the front of the trigger obviously limits excess forward travel. Most likely you'll set that so the safety can just be applied with a little clearance.
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Old 02-03-2010, 10:20 PM   #122 (permalink)
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As with most slide triggers involving Nelson trigger groups, I'd say move it farther back.

And it much easier getting the pump rod aligned to the Phantom bolt if, you first attach the barrel Then slide the pump handle and rod on.
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As with most slide triggers involving Nelson trigger groups, I'd say move it farther back.

And it much easier getting the pump rod aligned to the Phantom bolt if, you first attach the barrel Then slide the pump handle and rod on.
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Old 02-04-2010, 05:20 PM   #124 (permalink)
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I'm not quite sure I can visualize what you mean.. It may even be the way I was putting it back together.

Great. Now I have to buy another Phantom to refresh my memory. I hate MCB.
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Old 02-09-2010, 02:34 PM   #125 (permalink)
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HOWEVER; mine says 2009 on the side instead of 2008.
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Proud owner of #345, from Paintball-Online.


It's sexxxxy!

HOWEVER; mine says 2009 on the side instead of 2008.
and soon they're supposed to start having 2010 on there. I thought it was a stupid choice at first, but it just makes my 2006 that much more special.

It is funny though, that there was never a 2007 even though thats the year it was finally released.
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Do all the ghosts share serial numbers? or are there separate numbers for 2006, 2007, 2008 and so on?

In any case, Ghost 2k9 sn:346 here in Poland, right in the middle of Yurp.
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They're all numbered sequentially (starting at 201), except for #99 that was supposedly for a former employee or something. So, that means there are still less than 200 of them so far.
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I've had #211 (the dirty little tramp) for a while now.
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