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A prototype Southern Pneumatics Phoenix from Eric Scott

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Just talked to Eric Scott on the phone this morning. Says he has some more screws for all the Phoenixes (pural sp?) he sold me.
I was just showing Paul Schreck how a phoenix functioned last week. Quality gun with a very unique function.
Here is a prototype I received from Eric a couple years back.

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