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bowmasta

Member Since 29 Sep 2008
Offline Last Active Dec 18 2014 12:29 PM
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In Topic: empire sniper upgrades

17 December 2014 - 11:36 AM

You should use it before you upgrade it. Good paint, maybe a freak barrel.

 

Looks like a CCM 86 can fit on there,  but I think they spaced the grip frame holes differently on the ES so most grips cant fit.


In Topic: I need old pictures

17 December 2014 - 11:22 AM

http://www.mcarterbr...photo-here.html

 

Tigerstripes were the name of the game.


In Topic: The most ridiculous thing youve worn while playing

13 December 2014 - 10:59 PM

Admirals Bicorn,

 

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Tricorn,

 

Ushanka,

 

Banana suit,

 

Purple sock hat,

 

Glorious Sock hat and golden crown combo,

 

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I wanna get a Pharaoh Crown.


In Topic: Getting into to phantoms

09 December 2014 - 12:25 PM

I think SSC still does Freak boring, but I'v never had a barrel freak bored so I don't know in my information is current.


In Topic: Getting into to phantoms

08 December 2014 - 10:57 PM

Lol, CCI makes the Phantom, A Nelson based pump. CCI has been around for like 20 years, and they make a quality product. Nelson or Sheridan based means which internals are used.

 

Nelson based means it uses Nelson style internals originally designed by the Nelson paint company for the Nelspot and the Nelspot 007. Many guns like Razorbacks, Tigersharks, and lots of other guns use Nelson internals. All Phantoms use them except maybe the revolution. 

 

Sheridans on the other hands use Sheridan style internals originally from the Benjamin Sheridan company. Guns like PGP's, PMI-1's and KP2 and KP3's use them, along with all autocockers and Snipers. Snipers are pump Autococker.

 

 

 

 

Phantoms are usually set up as a stock class gun, because they are light and 12gram efficiency. 

 

Sheridans are usually set up as open class, Just look at any CCM gun or almost any Autococker.

 

 

 

Personally I don't really like Nelsons, they are very light. I like a little weight in my hands so I prefer sheridans which are usually a noticeable bit heavier. I also prefer Open class, While stock class is fun if everyone is doing it - I can't do it with a bunch of semi's, I like having some extra paint and air.