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Milky Spore Sunday, August 26th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested
1 year
Products Used:
Phantom-I prefer the Phantom over the Splatmaster.
Talon-I prefer almost anything over the Talon.
Marker Setup: SC Phantom
Trigger shoe
Detent rings
I'm not sure if anyone makes any, but it seemed fine when I tested it, and it must've been fine for the guy who has had it since the 80's since it was stock.
Strengths: Accurate
Weaknesses: The cocking system is kinda funky.
Slower than other pumps.
Review: I got to use this pistol when I was talking with one of the older players about old style paintball, and the Splatmaster came up. He said he'd bring it the next time I was there, and this weekend, he had it with him. It's kinda funky, but very cool. The way you cock it is by pushing in a "button" on the back of the gun with your thumb, although I had to use my palm, while tilting the barrel towards the sky at the same time. It's very accurate too, not ball on ball, but a spread of only a few inces. It's also light and compact, what's not to love about that? It also may be plastic, but it's very tough. I mean you'd have to try pretty darn hard to break this gun. The "button" cocking system is hard to push though, so really press down when you go to use this.
Conclusion: It's sad they don't make these anymore. They're great, I'd buy one if I could find one for really cheap and easily enough. Maybe someone's selling one on eBay.
9 out of 10Last edited on Sunday, August 26th, 2007 at 3:42 pm PST

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