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Old 12-30-2005, 04:44 PM
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Default Re: Phantom vs. Pump Cocker

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Have you considered a Sterling?
There's actually a pretty nice white vertical feed one on the nation right now with an all american barrel! I'd post the link but I'm uploading stuff on 56k right now which ummm... stink's!

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Old 12-30-2005, 05:15 PM
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i'm building a cocker pump right now. i got a great deal on the body. i got the 2k3 body,lower internals,va,bolt,back block,front block. all for 30 shipped(gotta love resale in this case.) and i got a ccm pump kit by trading my kingman hammer for it. all i need now is a nice slider frame and i will have my second build cocker pump.

phil you will have to use that(cocker pump) instead of my chromed buzzard now
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Old 12-30-2005, 06:38 PM
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Default Re: Phantom vs. Pump Cocker

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i got a ccm pump kit by trading my kingman hammer for it.
Hurray for me trading with metromuppetmower

Thanks again dude.
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Old 12-30-2005, 07:53 PM
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Wow that Hammer didn't even leave the forum sweet!

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Old 12-30-2005, 08:55 PM
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QAZ - I'm in Springfield and Metro (http://metro-paintball.com/ for their address) is in South Charleston. It could be a drivable distance for us. Do you know the name of the field they play at? Damn that VSC is already pending, I wanted that .

LionHeart - That sounds good, I'm leaning towards the sniper also.

Dave - That's exactly what I was aiming for , piecing one together, I've got a cocker threaded pipe kit right now, and a rail and on off I can borrow from my Ion. As for the Sterling, I never really have looked into them much. I'm looking at a picture of one on SCP right now and I'm not sure, I really need a reg or foregrip of some type to hold onto to help me aim, besides the pump handle. I like something vertical. Is it possible to put a foregrip on those?

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Old 12-30-2005, 10:31 PM
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Default Re: Phantom vs. Pump Cocker

The new Sterlings come in a VSC format and have many configurations like the phantom. You can go direct feed, HSC, VSC, or C/A with a direct feed or anywhere in between. Something to look into.
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Old 12-30-2005, 10:58 PM
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Ttink can you find some pics of a sterling set up with vertical air? I'm not finding any on the Arrow Precision site.
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Old 12-30-2005, 11:51 PM
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Default Re: Phantom vs. Pump Cocker

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I didn't like the pump on my Phantom. It was a pretty stiff pull I thought. Maybe QAZ will chime in on this, he owned the Phantom after me, and has had a few since, so he can speak on whether that was a normal thing or not. I just thought it was insanely tough. I mean, I'd have the stock against my shoulder, and pump it and the barrel would move so much I'd lose my line of sight. From what I've heard, the CCM pump kits on cockers are very smooth, probably a ton better than my Phantom was.
I know exactly what the prob was, it's the spring on the pump linkage, hence the stifness. Remove it and it will shoot like butta, all is golden. The first time I used my new Phantom it drove me absolutely nutz. As long as you get used to pushing the bolt completely forward and keeping it there til you shoot, it will have no probs w/o the spring. Think that's what drove me nuts, I was so used to not having that spring with my old one it was prolly more intense a hinderence for me than you -

Phantom vs. Pump Cocker? lolz.....Kinda silly asking what everybodies preference is since it 's yours that you should be concerned with -
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Old 12-31-2005, 12:07 AM
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Ttink can you find some pics of a sterling set up with vertical air? I'm not finding any on the Arrow Precision site.
heres some pics... apparenlty they are prototype pics tho... those are old tho, as you can see on the thread.
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Old 12-31-2005, 12:39 AM
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Those new Sterling look so tempting
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