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    Phantom that gets Weirder Everytime I look at it!

    So I chanced upon this one yesterday.. and I was like "oh cool, tank included!" But then saw tank orientation in the back.. and it's like a straight back bottle, not angled down.. and then noticed the VSC section without a VSC back piece.. and then it's not a CCI stock bucket changer either....

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Used-CCI-Ph...h/124278477260

    However.. I can't stop looking at it..

    #2
    They sold those mini co2 tanks with talons with ca adapters. Like this.

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    • Lawn
      Lawn commented
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      Dang didn't know those talons had the CA adapters!! That's pretty cool info

    #3
    Originally posted by Lawn
    So I chanced upon this one yesterday.. and I was like "oh cool, tank included!" But then saw tank orientation in the back.. and it's like a straight back bottle, not angled down.. and then noticed the VSC section without a VSC back piece.. and then it's not a CCI stock bucket changer either....

    Used CCI Phantom Pump Paintball Gun VSC w/ Dual Rod Pump Kit Yellow Acid Wash | eBay

    However.. I can't stop looking at it..
    I've been eyeing that one for a while but it would just end up in a storage bin - wouldn't likely see any use. The straight ASA valve with the vert bucket is a bit of a head scratcher though - true.

    Originally posted by MrKittyCatMeowFace View Post
    They sold those mini co2 tanks with talons with ca adapters. Like this.
    That's not just a 4oz? So now I have to track one of those things down to make my collection complete?

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      #4
      The straight BBA is a possible ASP version. This is definitely an odd configuration as it sits.

      Is it...?
      A. Complete
      B. Over Complete
      C. Under Complete
      ​​​​​​​
      My answer is...

      D. All of the above.
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      • Lawn
        Lawn commented
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        Constantly in limbo.. "What am I!?"

      #5
      So, how cold would your hand be if you changed the 12g with a full 4oz? Or is the 4oz a expansion chamber? Am I a real boy?

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        #6
        Considering there's no output from the valve body to even get to the 12g changer, I don't think you have to worry much about changing those! Seems like the vert ASA/12g changer is just there as a foregrip.

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          #7
          Originally posted by Raynman View Post
          [snip]...Seems like the vert ASA/12g changer is just there as a foregrip.
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          and with a 90° fitting.?!
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            #8
            Could we go so far as to drill and tap the 4oz for a hardline fitting, hook up the 12 grams just so we can see how few shots we get from the set up?

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            • Raynman

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              for science

            #9
            Originally posted by Mr. Hick View Post
            Could we go so far as to drill and tap the 4oz for a hardline fitting, hook up the 12 grams just so we can see how few shots we get from the set up?
            Put a check valve mod between the vasa and the twist changer. Use your 12'ies to top off your 4oz.
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              #10
              or 850 psi.. whichever comes first

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                #11
                Originally posted by Carp View Post

                Put a check valve mod between the vasa and the twist changer. Use your 12'ies to top off your 4oz.
                Most delightful idea! Seems like a large diameter steel braided hose set up maybe ideal here. I wish I had the loot to grab it up.

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                  #12
                  I almost bid on it, this gives me bad ideas

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                    #13
                    I come very close multiple times a day since OP to bid on this.
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