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VPD Friday, October 5th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
More than 5 years4 of 4 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Line SI Bushmaster, WGP Sniper, Carter Comp, TASO Vindicator, CCI Phantom, MAC1 Annihilator, PGP, NW89, more
Marker Setup: Line SI Lever changer, modified to eject 12grams down towards the ground; homemade mod so a single ten round tube can be placed into and retained by the feedport; custom wood grips.
hammer kit, spring kit
Strengths: Absolutely perfect workmanship, great looks and tremendous accuracy
Weaknesses: Limited availability
Review: I have to admit some bias as my team was sponsored by LAPCO and the Paintball Connection back in the late 80's and early 90's. We were among, if not the first, teams to all carry Grey Ghosts and we couldn't have been happier as the gun supported game play elements and skills that we considered to be critical: accurate (very accurate) out to extreme ranges (we have no trouble engaging targets at 250+ feet), capable of a high rate of fire (most players could hit 7 rounds per second) and ease of maintenance (once we went all Grey Ghost, we virtually eliminated the problem of guns going down during a game).

The attention to detail and the high quality of workmanship are evident from the moment you look at one of these guns.

Key features are one of the best barrels on the market, a very balanced bolt and hammer set-up, tremendous gas efficiency (50+ shots on 1 12 gram), easy to adjust velocity, a bore drop design that doesn't kink (meaning shorter stroke, meaning higher rates of accurate fire) and excellent ergodynamics - the gun is very balanced and easy to hold and pump.
Conclusion: You can't get an original Ghost, but you should do the next best thing and buy one of the new models!
10 out of 10

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