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|02-10-2019, 01:48 AM||#102 (permalink)|
Join Date: Dec 2014
I had never even heard if this gun until my little brother stumbled across one and picked it up. I can't remember ever being so impressed! I love the weight and feel, and the operation. I know they have a reputation for not being reliable, but they are one of the funnest guns I've laid hands on. I am looking for one of my own now. I really hope they release this updated version that fixes the bugs. The owner is sitting on a gold mine!
|02-10-2019, 10:50 AM||#104 (permalink)|
I got mine back up and running, but if the internal reg dye ... I'll have to regulate it another way ...
They are really fun markers, but they do feel like prototypes ... Not like finished product ...
|02-13-2019, 03:20 PM||#106 (permalink)|
Join Date: Nov 2016
Location: Santa Rosa Ca
Same I need a thumper back in my life
Still a broke college student
The odder the better
My pb colllection is worth more than my car but you know life choices
|02-26-2019, 07:40 PM||#108 (permalink)|
Join Date: Feb 2016
This project was such a dream that it will never happen.
I do have fond memories of playing invasion of Normandy‘s Tippmann city on the Friday night game with my thumper. Most people stop shooting at me just to see a working thumper. I literally shot over 500 rounds and one game and had the most fun that evening. They amazing part was nothing broke on the marker all weekend.
I was laughing as I was tagging kids from 100 feet away. Anything over 100 feet away was a waste of a 12 g shot. It was like driving for the first time on a track and 135 miles an hour. The euphoria will never be forgotten.
Alas I doubt that will ever be a phoenix ever released. I will always remember my thumpers.
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