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    PumpHaus Designs Barrel Questions

    Hello AO...

    Wanted to stop by and introduce ourselves. PHD is a pump oriented company that produces items for the pump market. We sold out of our first production run of CCM hitman pump plates and just produced a .681 total control bore barrel for the Phantom platform. Our next barrel project will be with AC threads and was wondering if the AO community in general uses insert compatible barrels or would you prefer a barrel with a .681 total control bore?

    We took the stock Phantom barrel and made it with a .681 total control bore, incorporated the stock muzzle break but added 30 degree reverse porting to reduce the sound signature, and kept porting to just the muzzle break to help with shot efficiency. What's your thoughts?

    Thanks to Slim for the pic!
    Last edited by PumpHaus; 04-10-2014 at 09:14 PM.

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    I prefer barrels to use freak inserts. I see a lot of paint that would roll through a .681

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    Quote Originally Posted by lancecst View Post
    I prefer barrels to use freak inserts. I see a lot of paint that would roll through a .681
    Same here.

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    Wondering when you guys would show up over here, I was thinking about you phantom barrels the other day, I like two piece kits, however I also like full control bore...... I started driftiing from freak inserts

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    Quote Originally Posted by lancecst View Post
    I prefer barrels to use freak inserts. I see a lot of paint that would roll through a .681
    Quote Originally Posted by wetwrks View Post
    Same here.
    What paint are you both shooting? Where are you located?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grelvire View Post
    Wondering when you guys would show up over here, I was thinking about you phantom barrels the other day, I like two piece kits, however I also like full control bore...... I started driftiing from freak inserts
    What size bore?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PumpHaus View Post
    What size bore?
    I play in MD and .681 is a good bore, thinnk the largest I have shot was .684 in the last year

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    I think its regional .

    Mostly .685 .687 .689 here,mostly .687 .

    You wont do anything but spray with a .681 .

    Cant go wrong with multiple bores, does seem to vary .



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    It's the same here with the bore sizes. Most of the paint I use requires at least a 0.687 or larger bore to prevent mashing the paint into the barrel.
    Except for the Automag in front, its usually the man behind the equipment that counts.

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    Phantom hardline kit came out great. Thought we would share.


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    Yeah that's dope. Makes me want one on my mag!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Billz804 View Post
    Yeah that's dope. Makes me want one on my mag!
    My thoughts exactly.

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    If it fits both AM and RTP, I could be interested too !!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by maverick13 View Post
    If it fits both AM and RTP, I could be interested too !!!!
    I think that would need to be two separate hardlines.

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    If both are available there's no problem !

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