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l337pumper Sunday, July 25th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
3 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

6 months
Products Used:
None compare
Marker Setup: CCI Phantom
Get what you want the first time, although you can change it to any style of play.
Strengths: Light, small, has an auto trigger, looks great
Weaknesses: Pump handle is not undercocking
Review: This gun is a top-of-the-line quality pump action marker. It is hand assembled and you can customize it to whatever you like. Pump play is rare, but when you see a pump player, you know they're either really good, or really bad ^__^

I have played with my Phantom a good four or five times, and I must admit that the challenge factor of the game sky-rockets when you can't throw paint by the case at people just for fun. Nothing like down-grading in technology to realize how sucky you are, right? ;)

This gun will shoot exactly where you aim it. The stock barrel is honed nicely but it isn't any more accurate then lets say a Kingman Spyder or Tippmann M98c, but it appears that way because everything is slowing down when you take the time to aim, so it looks like it can hit something alot easier. Aiming is a rare skill, because now-a-days people only care about how much they can flick their fingers at the trigger.

The only weird thing about this gun is that you have to stick the velocity rod down the barrel to change your FPS. I lost mine and i have to unscrew the barrel and use a screw driver now. :(

Also, the pump stroke is not very smooth when you first get it, but if you take off the spring and just play with it a few times, it'll be as smooth as silk (like mine)
Conclusion: This is the greatest pump in terms of price, quality, and feel. If you have a ton of money to waste, go ahead and get a E.Carter or a CCMJ2, but don't excpect the performance to go up alot, because this is as good as it gets!
10 out of 10

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