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Awminn Sunday, September 8th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested1 of 2 people found this review helpful.

4 years
Products Used:
Phantom, an extremely custom, German built Sterling STP
Marker Setup: Well...
Phantom w/ stabilizer, 11 and 14 inch barrels, SS AA 14", 45 grip
PGP stock
Tippmann 98 with a nice lapco barrel plus other 'grades
Maybe a bottomline and regulator
Strengths: It's very tuff (Ive seen it dropped on rocks only to be used the next game)
Stock barrel is fairly accurate
Smooth pump, well made internals
Weaknesses: Can't think of anything really bad... this gun was made to be a rental, and it fits all the criteria for a rental gun... tuff, reliable, decently accurate.
Conclusion: The guy below me who wrote about owning a Spyder is an idiot. Please ignore his review, he obviously has never played a real game of paintball. Of course it's not as fast as an electro, its a pump you fool! The point of buying a pump is to have more fun while playing, save costs, and to improve your game. After playing with my Phantom for so long it's tuff to go back to my Tippmann or AT85. Nothing beats the experience of taking out semi's with a pump. And, like I said before, the guy below me saying that a Spyder Shutter is a better gun is truely mentally disabled.
9 out of 10

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