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FallenAngel192 Monday, March 23rd, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Closest thing is a Zeus G2+
Marker Setup: Zeus G2+
Derlin bolt

2k4 VF Autococker
Shocktech front end
Shocktech Supafly
Shocktech inline reg
SP Freak kit

Dark Angel IR3

Phantom VSC w/ 45
Ghost Ring
Detent Rings

98 Custom
J&J Ceramic
Folding Stock
Detent Rings
Stock (helps stabilize aiming)
Strengths: Weight, sound, smooth action, annodizing, accuracy.
Weaknesses: Weight, fieldstripping.
Review: I'm pretty new to the pump part of paintballing, but i have used pump cockers before, but didnt like the idea of using a hopper so i went with a Phantom. The grip frame comes down to personal preference, i liked the 45 partially because i can get a set of grips for it. I took out my phantom for the first time yesterday and was quite surprised by its performance. I was told the Co2 wasnt going to be as efficient as it would be in a couple of months, but i was averaging 35 shots off a 12 gram, velocity was generally +/- 10 (it was 55-60 degrees out). Accuracy is easily the best point on this marker, i liked my autococker for its accuracy but this was landing shot on top of shot. It does take a bit getting used to the idea of 10/15 shots if your used to playing with a big setup, but you quickly adjust. Also theres no need to worry about batteries which makes this all that much better. It's a cheap alternative for playing, that also improves your skill while keeping paint within an affordable budget.
Conclusion: I'd reccomend it to people who are interested in pump play, its not too expensive, and theres not really any reliability issues.
9 out of 10

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