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unibody phantom model differences?
Well, I now have 2 vintage unibody phantoms in my possession. However, the one I acquired yesterday is longer than others I've seen. My first one has a total body length (not including ASA) of approx. 15 inches. The one I just picked up measures out at a little over 18 3/4 ". They are both the standard black, RF variety, in nice shape, but both have lost most of the painted-on names. So, my question is whether the longer version was known by any particular model name other than a "phantom", or if the longer body style was simply an available option at the time. I can throw up a pic if needed. Thanks!
|Schmitti ||03-16-2007 11:54 AM |
There were a couple different models.. with different barrel lengths.... somewhere someone posted a picture of an add that showed the models, but for the life of me I can't remember the names.
I also think Mike still has a poster with the model names hanging up at CCI... so you could always give him a call... he's a good guy to talk to... I'm sure he might be interested to know that two of his babies have ended up in good hands.
|c6quad ||03-16-2007 12:51 PM |
Express was one of the model names.
|incynr8 ||03-16-2007 12:55 PM |
here ya go
|Schmitti ||03-16-2007 02:49 PM |
Yup that was it! Thanks AL! I forgot "The Shadow"..... I had one made like that the last time (a couple of years ago...non uni)... very nice little packages when they are setup that way.
|incynr8 ||03-16-2007 03:03 PM |
the shorty 'shadow'm unibody was uncommon, especially in colored anno.
|THE-SHOOTIST ||03-16-2007 06:34 PM |
The "even earlier" Phantoms came with a Crosman reciever, the same handle and trigger assembly that was on the Brass Eagle "Nightmare' line
|c6quad ||03-16-2007 11:58 PM |
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