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Old 12-31-2005, 12:28 AM
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Default Re: Phantom vs. Pump Cocker

I would get a phantom. Lighter, more reliable, doesnt need upgrades, more efficient, uuhh, what else. Smaller profile. Easy transition from stock class feed to hopper feed. Did i mention uber sexy? Yeah, phantom all the way in my book. I have owned 3, and loved them all.
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Old 12-31-2005, 12:45 AM
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Default Re: Phantom vs. Sniper

as an owner of both, i prefer the Phantom. no need for upgrades. great tech service. most of the time you call, you get the maker and not some dumb techie that talks down to you. lighter.

also, here is a link that you may be interested in... Phantom vs Sniper
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Old 12-31-2005, 05:19 AM
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Default Re: Phantom vs. Pump Cocker

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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 .
They play at cannons paintball outside of columbus I believe. There's three main guy's rolling some sick pump's and then some other local's that pick them up occasionally. Let's get this crappy winter over with and I'll see if I can get them and you guy's to all meet up somewhere.

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Old 12-31-2005, 05:43 AM
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Default Re: Phantom vs. Pump Cocker

Dragon - I don't know my preference, as I've never used a Phantom. I have used a pump cocker which I liked, besides the efficiency. When you are shooting this little paint, bad efficiency doesn't really bother me much though.

Moe - They are very sexy.

Otter - Thanks for the link.

QAZ - Sounds good!
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Old 04-02-2006, 11:53 PM
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Default Re: Phantom vs. Pump Cocker

This is not lugnut808 this is kiserchief808 even though i am using his, i can't quite post anything yet. Anyways, i am very interested in this topic and i know that i am going to build a pump from an autococker. so is there anyone selling one for a desent price?
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Old 04-03-2006, 03:06 PM
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Default Re: Phantom vs. Pump Cocker

I haven't seen any recently, but I'd check PBnation for the best prices. But you will need to do a little surfing (or searching if you're on late enough). Trust me, it takes a while.

Anyways, I personally think a Phantom would be the better choice for a stock-class only/pump only player, as its purpose is only as a pump. They're much lighter, smaller, and much better out-of-the-box than an Autococker is.

But, here is where I might stray from that. If you're a 50/50 between Pump/Stock and Semi/Whatever-else, I'd go with the Autococker, unless, of course, if you currently have another semi you usually play with. But if not, the Autococker would be the way to go, as it is A. Cheaper, as you said, B. Much more upgrade-able, which is so fun!, C. It can easily be switched from Mechanical/Electronic to Pump just by swapping the front block out, D. If you decide to go stock class, you can easily make your own feed, as many have done.

Just my $0.02.

EDIT: Wow, I just realized how old this thread is, LOL.
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