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22 October 2011 - 08:43 AMNice. I love dropout valves on phantoms. So nice and effecient.
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The dropout valves are great. The weather was a bit chilly and I was getting about 30-35 shots. I was a bit concerned about the shot consistancy though. Is it normal for the velocity to fluctuate +-20 fps with a 12g? Does my phantom need to break in?
15 October 2011 - 01:18 PMWelcome back man:)
Darn you phantom owners...one of these days I'll join your league...wana sell yours for free to me
No way. I just got mine, go get your own. lol. Seriously, you should buy one. Everyone was always telling me how playing pump makes the game more challenging, but I had 8 eliminations my first time using it. The marker is so easy to handle it more than makes up for its low capacity. And from my experience pumps are not as slow as some people think they are. You can still launch enough rounds to keep people behind bunkers if you need to.
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15 July 2010 - 05:25 PM[/quote]
Good deal. Have you modified your Tippmanns at all or are they mostly stock?
I have a tippmann X7 with a C Series barrel as the only modification. I slightly regret buying the X7 because of the high price compared to the A5. Anyways, I stopped modifying my X7 a while back so that I could purchase my phantom.
15 July 2010 - 06:56 AM
Playing stock class has made me a monster behind the Etek. (Not to toot my own horn at all ) When I can snap shoot and shoot 5 paintballs versus one it's a great advantage. Plus I move a lot more where as to when I used to play semi I had to fight the urge to sit back and get into never ending firefights. I learned you have to move to get that shot.
Those are just a few things I've learned in my 5-6 years of playing paintball. I learn by doing, and stock class forced me to "do" so I learned.
I agree about using stock class to hone your skills. It's why I started playing pump.
I have been playing for about 10 years now. Currently I have two Tippmann 98 Customs, a Proto SLG, and a PMI Pump. I also have two Sheridan PGP's I need to fix.
If you are a newer player I have a few useful links in my sig. If you have questions on your Tippmanns I can help out. One of my 98's is set up to run around 500 PSI without a low pressure kit.
I have tippmanns memorised inside and out but thanks for the offer.
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