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08 March 2008 - 11:07 PMLots of good advice here! Stick with Pump, don't get discouraged even if you suck at it and have terrible days. It will get better!
And it will improve your game overall.
08 March 2008 - 11:02 PMAs Quip stated, the detent rings shoot out alot.
Not if they're sized correctly to the balls you're using, and seated all the way in the breech with the barrel screwed down tight over them. There is no way they can shoot out that way.
Pretty simple. Just take off the barrel, drop it in the breech, and shake your phantom until it lays down flat.
However, if you don't install them correctly, you will break paint. I don't see any way the ring would shoot out.
Are you sure you didn't take the barrel off to clean it and loose the ring that way?
08 March 2008 - 10:56 PMHere's a bump for the forum poster asking about WWA.
08 March 2008 - 09:39 PMI don't think there's enough money to be made off pumps or pump users for a large, mainstream company to justify bringing out a pump marker.
That's not to say I wouldn't love to see some new ones, I just don't think they'll do it.
Sort of like how Spec Ops carries next to nothing for Pump players in their inventory.
08 March 2008 - 09:36 PMOne note... JJ Phantom kids do not use the right threads, and can damage your Phantom's body. A Phantom uses an ACME Stub thread, .860-14. ACME is a 29* thread with flat tops; JJ uses a 60* thread like a normal screw V thread. Love JJ, but that's inexcusable.
That would make sense. I had the 7" J&J Ceramic on my Phantom for a while, but stopped using it because it would wobble up and down even tightened all the way.
The threads on the barrel don't even look remotely similar to phantom barrel threads.
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