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  1. In Topic: Who remembers...

    26 June 2013 - 03:43 PM

    Had to log in to remember when my join date was....
  2. In Topic: PB Rants

    26 March 2012 - 04:01 PM

  3. In Topic: Camouflage

    19 August 2011 - 07:16 PM

    When it comes to camo, I prefer something like RealTree or TreeBark hunters camo over any military digital pattern.
    But I have a reputation to keep up of being the ablative pointman, so I often dress extravagantly and in bright colors.
    Y'know why?
    Because camo only works if you're stationary. As soon as you start moving, the eye picks it up.
    It's not like anybody ever said "hey! That bush is moving awfully fast!"

    I don't sit still. I'm on the move all the time looking for a way around and trying to back up where my team is losing ground. My constant moving and big mouth don't allow me to hide. I tend to shout out the opponents positions and movements, silence is not one of my strong points.
    So I really don't need camo, because they will see/hear me drawing their attention away from whatever the rest of my team is up to. I wear very distinctive outfits because I want them to know who it was that just shot them.

    I don't want them to say:
    "I got shot by some guy in tigerstripe"

    I want them to say:
    "I got shot by a guy dressed as a Pink Poodle!"
  4. In Topic: No Love for Leftys.

    08 August 2011 - 06:52 AM

    I have a JCS Voodoo folding stock on a phantom.
    It mounts bottomline and can be reversed to swing either way.

    All the first year Angels were left-handed because John Rice (the inventor) was a southpaw.

    Sheridan K-2 bolt actions were on the right, so you could keep your left hand on the trigger.
  5. In Topic: Need Bolt Assembly! (Phantom)

    26 July 2011 - 03:08 PM

    View PostCapnStank, on 23 July 2011 - 04:15 PM, said:

    Hey guys, I recently did a bit of work for my phantom but realized my bolt assembly's threads are trashed. I need to order myself a new bolt assembly from somewhere but am having problems finding a dealer since the guy I used to use has closed down. Can anyone recommend a good CCI Phantom dealer in Canada (preferably) that I can use to order new parts from? Alternatively I'll buy parts off anyone who may be parting theirs out.

    Send me a message or reply here and I'll get back to you ASAP.

    Disclaimer: I may be slow to respond, I've been extremely busy with getting a few things off the ground with a new job and other stuff so I'll do my best to reply in a quick manner. Stay classy you guys.

    Do you have a problem ordering right from Mike Cassady?
    I always go straight to the source and eliminate the middleman. The entire bolt assembly with the TPC (part #22) is listed at $15.50 USD.
    CCI does ship international and has an excellent reputation for customer service.


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    16 Jan 2008 - 17:20
    The best advice! thanks
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