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Brass RTP Intimidator (c.1988-1989?)

Right side of the RTP Intimidator.

Here is what I believe to be an early Paintball Pro Shop RTP Intimidator that came off ebay.

Most Intimidators have a stock Sheridan brass lower tube and a stainless barrel.  Is it still an Intimidator without the stainless barrel? 

Left side of the RTP Intimidator.

Hard to tell from the pics but the back sight is stamped RTP Custom. 

shot of the RTP Intimidator sight rail.

RTP Intimidator back left side.

The soldered on sight pin on the front broke off, otherwise looks decent.

Bolt from the RTP Intimidator.

Bolt is delrin, but has a brass sleeve around the end. 

Barrel is I think 18 inches from the beginning of the breech.

RTP Intimidator with the pump removed.

I’ll eventually rebuild it with probably wood grips and a mac-1 pump handle (unless I find an old rtp pump handle).

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