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- 23 years old
- September 21, 1990
- Derry, NH
- Paintball- all types<br />Spud chuckin'
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01 August 2008 - 07:01 PMso ya heres another player that shoots wayyyy too much paint through his A-5, and while its fun and all its freaking expensive to play...
I've been looking at pumps and what not for almost a year now. Now that i finally have some cash to toss around I've been looking into purchasing a stock class phantom. Stock class because i like the low profile and the extra challenge is enticing. plus if i want a gun with a hopper i can play with my A-5 for a bit.
so onto the questions
ok first off, how difficult is it to get a near perfect to perfect match when buying extra parts for a phantom, i really like the dust green brown acid but i do plan on buy extra parts for different configs later on. So at this point im pretty sure im just going to go with black its cheaper anyway....
i just read something a second ago about someone having trouble with their 12g quick changer loosening up after some shots or something. is this really any sort of problem? or is it something easily remedied?
SC vs VSC vs Dropout
what do you guys tend to prefer? like how does the gun handle if the 12g is in SC vs VSC? i mean it is weight thats being moved around so does one have a more "balanced" feel than the other? and onto dropout. this seems like the simplest/fastest way to change a 12g but has anyone ever had any problems or issues with them?
alright this one is probably a given
Ive read up on this many a time and people claim incredible accuracy with the gun. based on the number of times ive read that i am guessing its a combination of simplicity and actually aiming. but does anyone have any actuall data on this? like gun clamped in a vice paint and barrel bore measured firing idk how many shots with numbers of hits on a certain size target at a certain range?
and a spin off of accuracy...
ok i got to thinking the other day if a barrel is bored out for inserts is there any ridge or valley where the insert ends and the barrel begins? On top of that is there a noticeable change in accuracy and or efficiency?
Also how drastic is the change in accuracy and efficiency when using a 6 or 8 or 14inch barrel vs the stock 11? (i am considering buying a second barrel with the gun, ie one long one short)
i know i had more questions....
mabye next time lol
thanks for any and all replies
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