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Aerostar Assassinator body, stock bore drop bolt and Lapco Bolt

I posted the lower bolt, a lapco aftermarket bore drop bolt for an Aerostar Assassinator 2, a while back as trivia. This bolt is longer than a standard Line SI Bushmaster or Lapco Spirit bore drop bolt. 
Of course I forgot to post the comparison pic showing the stock Aerostar bolt.

Stock Assassinator bolt under the Assassinator body and over the Lapco Assassinator bolt.
Stock Assassinator bolt under the Assassinator body and over the Lapco Assassinator bolt.

Here is the previous post:
https://paintballhistory.com/mystery-bolt-bore-drop-pump

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