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Old 01-19-2020, 12:14 AM   #51 (permalink)
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Regarding the need for a stock or anchor, what did it for me was playing with a PGP and a stock class Phantom for a year, no stocks on either. Before that, this was my go-to, but the PGP and Phantom were both freehand, and I've been freehand ever since. I couldn't have anything sticking back from the marker after that year, just felt wrong.

Also, those setups are gorgeous, especially the Duckslide with the side-saddle ICD changer. <drool>
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Old 01-20-2020, 12:10 AM   #52 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by 808Jackal View Post
The term "Hawaiian Style" was coined in the PHoG "Phantom Owners group" somewhere around 2000. The reason being was that a team from Hawaii posted pictures of their Phantoms on the site and they happened to be all set up reverse bottom line. They also had a lot of them set up this way.

The reason this set up was used was due to necessity for stock class, due to the fact VSC didn't show up till around 2000 (i could be wrong). Rear ASA was a pain to change with, so flip bottome line forward and it's tight and easy to swap.

This is the reason why that name came into being.
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