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Baccipaintball.com interviews Earon Carter of Carter Machine

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Two weeks ago Paul Schreck and I visited Earon Carter and did a couple of video interviews with him.

Here is a frame from when Earon was explaining the differences between Rob “Termite” Smith’s Termite pump and his own Buzzard pump.

He is holding a Termite gun and behind on the wall you can see a new retro style direct feed Buzzard.

The videos won’t be ready for a while so in the meantime everyone will have to settle with the below frame.

Update – Watch Earon’s videos here:
http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJC7papTosfXyUjzIuysgeRdY-sXpt9Cn

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