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Walther P99 replica 3 13.64%
Tiberius 8 5 22.73%
Phantom, 45 and vert air 14 63.64%
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Old 10-05-2007, 10:02 PM
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Couldn't you modify a 12G to fit the Mag? Can't say you'd get alot of shots out of it... considering Mag's are air hogs.
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Old 10-06-2007, 09:11 AM
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Couldn't you modify a 12G to fit the Mag? Can't say you'd get alot of shots out of it... considering Mag's are air hogs.
Technically yes. The lower vertical grip can be replaced with a speed/bucket changer and run the air line from there to the valve. He'd likely get about 20 total shots from it...maybe 15 good shots...

Or he could flip the asa/on off and run a WalMart disposable 1.5 oz (or whatever size they are) into it. Have the bottle run forward to the muzzle instead of out the back...or a 3.5 oz bottle from WEVO...should give him roughly 250 shots...

Running it forward on the grip may require a drop forward to clear the front grip but it would better balance it and hold it in a holster better than mounted vertically like a foregrip.

He could get a freak back and one of the 1" WWA tips to make it shorter than you see in the pic...or my guy that made my freak tips for me.....
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Old 10-06-2007, 07:16 PM
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no mags, i'd rather not be mistaken for someone who is super seriallll like druid is
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Old 10-07-2007, 03:13 AM
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lol...you kill me.....lol
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Old 10-07-2007, 03:35 AM
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and what do you mean spend money like BAMF?

Get the Phantom, you wont regret it. I just picked up a second one.
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Old 10-07-2007, 03:28 PM
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and what do you mean spend money like BAMF?

Get the Phantom, you wont regret it. I just picked up a second one.
I mean I'll end up with $1000 in stuff for it.
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Old 10-07-2007, 04:31 PM
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I also voted for the Phantom. More versatile with all the things you can do to it - just look at all the configurations BAMF has done, and he didn't even include pistol configurations. You may not be able to unload a mag on someone with it, but I think the lightness and versatility of it balances that out.

Plus, I love playing with my Phantom - it's just a cool feeling knowing that you can shoot someone out with only one shot at a time - from any distance!
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i just pmed timber about it and I'm looking at the micro w/ dropout as the starting point for my phantom. I know I won't get ALL of the crap bamf has, but i know my maximum limit...

Grips:
-will always have 45*, never m16, possibly the acrylic ones from pbn.
Body:
-only the tube based one, if I ever get a hopper it won't go vert.
pump:
-I'll probably ditch the over the barrel for an under cocker, so I don't care what size I start with.
barrel:
-Probably freak back w/ stiffi front at best.
Air:
-dropout back (stock on micro), gauged back with ss hose to vert screw in, reg + cp on off if I got a micro tank
stock:
-phantom tstock
hopper:
10rd tube, 15 rd tube, if I really love the thing... a q loader + 1 spare pod.
sight:
probably just a ring sight, unless i have some money to spare on a red dot.
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phantom or micro phantom. i used a phantom for the first time yesterday and i absolutely love it. i'm actually gettin one next year (in the spring when i get a job). if you want something smaller, i'd go with the micro phantom. same thing, but samaller
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Grips:
-will always have 45*, never m16, possibly the acrylic ones from pbn.

Good choice, love my Dark Seoul Grips

Body:
-only the tube based one, if I ever get a hopper it won't go vert.

You can also get an adapter to make the stock class body an open class body, or just get a used open class body for cheap.

pump:
-I'll probably ditch the over the barrel for an under cocker, so I don't care what size I start with.

UC kit is a great idea, I like mine better than the stock pump. It does need to be worked in though.

barrel:
-Probably freak back w/ stiffi front at best.

Or you can get the stock barrel bored out to take freak inserts.

Air:
-dropout back (stock on micro), gauged back with ss hose to vert screw in, reg + cp on off if I got a micro tank


Save some $$ don't get a gauged valve. I have yet to look at mine. Once you use the Phantom a little you will know when to change air by your shots.

stock:
-phantom tstock

If you dont need an adjustable one get the L-Stock to save a few bucks.


hopper:
10rd tube, 15 rd tube, if I really love the thing... a q loader + 1 spare pod.

Q-Loader is insane overkill for a Phantom, cool yes, but overkill

sight:
probably just a ring sight, unless i have some money to spare on a red dot.

I personally think the ghost ring sight is just as good if not better than a reddot on a Phantom. It just helps sight down the barrel a little better.
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