Need pump information

Need pump information

Post by Brent Nea » Wed, 13 Oct 1999 04:00:00


I am looking to trade my mag in for a high quality pump gun.  I'm not
talking some cheap Tippmann or BrassEagle, I'm talking top of the line pump
gun.  I have over a thousand dollars into my mag and so I'm hoping I can get
a great pump with some great upgrades.

If any of you use a pump or have some information on them, please e-mail me

Any information or tips that you can provide would be helpful.

Brent "Brentifer" Neal

 
 
 

Need pump information

Post by will » Wed, 13 Oct 1999 04:00:00

The first question that I have to ask is "When do you need it?" Cause
I am going to recommend that you get a Carter pump gun and they can
take a very long time to get. I would say either get a Buzzard with
both feeds, so you can play stock and direct feed, or get Comp cause
they look better :) Either way, you cant go wrong with a Carter.

It almost pains me to say this, but if you are shooting a***er for a
semi, then a Sniper wouldnt be a bad idea. Shares all the same parts
except the pneumatics. And its about half the price, at least, of the
Carter. And you can get one in a day or two :)

willk

On Tue, 12 Oct 1999 05:55:20 GMT, "Brent Neal"

Quote:

>I am looking to trade my mag in for a high quality pump gun.  I'm not
>talking some cheap Tippmann or BrassEagle, I'm talking top of the line pump
>gun.  I have over a thousand dollars into my mag and so I'm hoping I can get
>a great pump with some great upgrades.

>If any of you use a pump or have some information on them, please e-mail me

>Any information or tips that you can provide would be helpful.

>Brent "Brentifer" Neal

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Need pump information

Post by brian welc » Wed, 13 Oct 1999 04:00:00

Quote:

> I am looking to trade my mag in for a high quality pump gun.  I'm not
> talking some cheap Tippmann or BrassEagle, I'm talking top of the line pump
> gun.  I have over a thousand dollars into my mag and so I'm hoping I can get
> a great pump with some great upgrades.

well, if you've got a great 'mag, why not get a pump conversion kit
for it?  that way you keep yer 'mag, AND have a pump, and can go back
to semi (as if you'd ever want to do THAT *(;=  )

and if you want another 'gun (not the pump conversion kit) i agree
with willk about the sniperII..  i love mine  *(;=  

oh and check out http://www.texaspaintball.com/paintballmaxx/  they
have a supersniper there.. its a sniperII with 'cocker pneumatics on
backwards so you actuate the 3way not with the back end of the trigger
pull (like a 'cocker) but with the pump handle itself.  its got an
autotrigger built in as well, so you can seriously lay down paint..
*(;=

regards,

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Need pump information

Post by Nicholas C. Weav » Wed, 13 Oct 1999 04:00:00


Quote:

>I am looking to trade my mag in for a high quality pump gun.  I'm not
>talking some cheap Tippmann or BrassEagle, I'm talking top of the line pump
>gun.  I have over a thousand dollars into my mag and so I'm hoping I can get
>a great pump with some great upgrades.

>If any of you use a pump or have some information on them, please e-mail me


        I wouldn't swap the mag.  A high quality pump gun like the
Phantom can be had for $200-300 new.  Jeb Hoge is selling a Red &
Black phantom, .45 frame, & a ring mounted stabilizer for $340 or so.

        I'd personally recommend the Phantom or a Palmer Pump,
although I'd probably get the phantom for the convertable breech.
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Need pump information

Post by Caspe » Wed, 13 Oct 1999 04:00:00

I'll trade you your Mag for a Talon...

(Just kidding, oh this is gonna hurt!)

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Casper
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Kelowna, B.C., Canada

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Quote:
> I am looking to trade my mag in for a high quality pump gun.  I'm not
> talking some cheap Tippmann or BrassEagle, I'm talking top of the line
pump
> gun.  I have over a thousand dollars into my mag and so I'm hoping I can
get
> a great pump with some great upgrades.

> If any of you use a pump or have some information on them, please e-mail
me

> Any information or tips that you can provide would be helpful.

> Brent "Brentifer" Neal