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Posted 24 January 2011 - 02:49 PM

I was wondering has anyone put a drop forward on their phantom and what all do you need to do it? currently my phantom is vertical stock class.
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Posted 24 January 2011 - 03:28 PM

Really depends on the trigger frame you have the Phantom as to how well it will work/look.

The m-16 frame will need the adapter block in order to mount a drop. Most folks who have done this find the m-16 grip to be less comfortable when the gun is tight to the shooter.
The m-16 grip really works best when kept at a standard rifle posistion of a little further forward than the current trend in the industry is seeing.

For the 45 grip frame....CCI make two versions.
The first one is the standard version found on most Phantoms. It has 5║ incline that is designed to work with the attachments offered by CCI.
The second one has a 0║ base designed to work with standard bottom line applications and must be specially requested during the guns construction phase.

CCI makes a very good drop designed to bring your tank down and forward as well ass alow the user to still use the 'T' or 'L' stock with thier Phantom.

And CCI also makes a 5║ mounting block with a dove tail so you can add a after market drop or an on/off asa to your Phantom and keep a nice straight line.

Here is a great example of the CCI stuff! Drop forward, 'T' stock, 5║ mounting block with dovtail and an aftermarket on/off all put onto a VSC Phantom during the custom build.
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