I run a phantom with; frantom II 8" with full frak kit, 13/3000 HPA tank, 45* trigger frame, 12 round feed, smart parts drop and bottom line with on/off, and trigger gaurd.
I also use a splatmaster and this USP.
Bolt, Pipe front, E-grip, Valve, Canstant air (if you think it would be fun), spring kit, a regulator if you use HPA with constant air, a new hammer for LP possibility, and maybe a velocity adjuster you can use by hand.
(EDIT) I would remove the sight pin, go to your local hardware and get a little .3 screw i think it was. It makes it easier to holster.
No bulk feed option
changing 12 grams
I bought this marker for $35 (yeah I know) it was super clearance at one of my local "mega marts" it was like 80% the original price. It came with the holster which I think is kind of a joke. (It doesn't stay where it should) This gun can be fast having a high ROF but is pretty accurate. This marker is a great back up. I wouldn't use it for a main unless you’re into that type of stuff (I am). Loading paintballs requires learning the marker and how to load it right and quick. Changing 12 grams does take some time. At least 10 seconds so it can is a bit of an adrenaline rush so being ready! The bulk feed could be an option if you have a machine shop could make an adapter since the 10 round feed can come off. They would have to look at the gun and then they should be able to make something to fit this. I will be looking into this shortly. I have high hopes of making this marker into a "spimmy" putting Timmy parts into this marker to have a higher ROF and just have fun with it.
Over all I would pay full price for this marker($100) but luckily I didn't have to. This gun will great to use during any type of play. I would recomend this marker to anyone looking for a pistol style. (I give it a 9 due to the fact it does have some weaknesses that are going to have to be overcomed)
10 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, November 7th, 2006 at 9:57 am PST