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Component Concepts Inc. Vertical Stock Class Phantom
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Number of Reviews: 182
Average Rating: 9.8 / 10
Manufacturer Website: Click here
Suggested Retail Price: $288

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Same features as the stock class with the quick change CO2 in the verticle position.
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The Component Concepts Inc. Vertical Stock Class Phantom is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
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need_more_guns Tuesday, June 27th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
1 year0 of 8 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
WGP Sniper II
CCM SS25
Marker Setup: The Lava Phantom, matchin stock and 3.5 oz tank, and both bodies (stock class and vertical feed)
Recommended
Upgrades:
get both bodies, a stock to help aiming and stablize your arm when you are auto triggering, and the 3.5oz tank so u dont spend so much money on the air catridges. and the metal hose for the air to the breach
Strengths: Accuracy
Weight (its light)
Auto trigger
Price
easy to convert the bodies
Easy to strip
Weaknesses: The pump is heavy
You have 2 push pump forward
you have 2 hold pump,
Review: Me and my friends really wanted to start a pump team. so we saved our money and we all got phantoms they bought their black ones and i bought my special edition lava phantom with matching equipment. I took it out n the back and shot it off a few times, i loved it. so then i read the manual and sae what i could do with the thing. so i played 4 a few months with it, then i got 2 use a sniper 2, there is a big diference, the sniper 2 has a smoother pump and after you pump u dont have 2 touch the pump again, also ou dont have 2 put ne effort into the pump is so ez, plus u can put n2 on a sniper 2 and a revy so u dont get jams and u get more balls, yes the sniper 2 is heavy wit that on it but i still like them. but i will say the sniper 2 and the phantom do have a good competition with eachother,
Conclusion: The conclusion is, you should def. get this or the SS25, this is the best choice if u cant afford the 470 dollar SS25, so this is a good gun, especially if u like to run alot bc u can hold it in one hand and its like 2 pounds so its a good choice, Get this gun and the upgrades.
Rating:
9 out of 10
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vigilante99 Saturday, May 28th, 2011
Period of
Product Use:
3 months0 of 13 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Autocockers, PGP's, Azodin Kaos pump, and many other Nelson based Pumps.
Marker Setup: CCM s6, WGP Superman autocokcer pump, FEP Quest
Recommended
Upgrades:
Don't waste money on upgrades... Or the gun.
Strengths: Auto trigger comes stock ( because it's Nelson based)
Air efficient
small
Weaknesses: Everything about the gun that is not listed above is a disadvantage. Please read below.
Review: The Phantom hasn't changed in over 20 years.... Not because it's perfect, because it's a design that they don't want to improve so they can say "its original!!!" . Where as WGP has constantly made improvements, and is why they are worth so much more and much better then phantoms. But anyway, the review of the gun... You think it would be cool to have one, and be that guy who uses 100 shots a day.... well the problem is that guy is 40 years old and is being senile in the way that he can't admit anything is better then what was made in his day. This would be like someone keeping an original Ipod all these years, saying "it's the best" when they've been too stubborn all these years to admit anything is better. Or the player who uses the phantomis overweight and uses the excuse that they are playing stockclass as the reason they always get out. and the reason they are even there is because they need somthing to do on the weekend because they can't work on cars or golf and really really really badly want to feel young again. This gun is not accurate, I don't know why people think that. There are many guns that shoot better, and more consistently. I'm not a stock class fan at all. Having a gun without a tank is annoying because you can't aim it, and if you put a stock on you can aim, but you can't maneuver.
Conclusion: DO not ever buy a phantom, It's like commiting Social and Economic suicide because you will be humiliated when you don't get what you were expecting from it and because you will be kicking your self when you can't sell it. If you want a phantom, spend half the price and get a PGP. They are more fun, more accurate, and you will have the same experience at half the price. ( that experience is that Stock Class isn't very fun all together.)
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2 out of 10
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