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The Boss by Smart Parts – a Nelson Pump c.1990

 

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Smart Parts Boss Nelson Pump from the late 1980s or early 1990s.

Worked on two videos today, a short breakdown of the The Boss pump by Smart Parts that Paintball Tek and I recorded and a video from SPEW with the Icon showing off a few of his trick shots.

The last Boss picture I put up was from Lee “Crandall” Randolph. This picture is one I took a while back of my Boss I purchased from Bryan Spiegel several years back. This is the stock configuration.

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