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Shooting the Southern Pneumatics Phoenix c. 1994

Here is a video cycling a one of my favorite and most unconventional/innovative classic semi automatics, the Southern Pneumatics Phoenix (c.1993-1994). 

Lots of chops and probably not the best video showing off a gun I have listed on the site but I’ll record another without chops eventually. 
http://www.baccipaintball.com/r266.html
And another at:
http://www.baccipaintball.com/r268.html

I’ll be uploading a couple more related videos later this week showing the cylinder rotate and a short video shooting this phoenix over the chrono (with the velocity turned down). It was shooting hot at around 315 in this video but later chronoing much lower.

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