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Carterized Line SI Bushmaster – Maximaster

2012-7-10-maximaster-stock-class-bushmaster

Awesome stainless bodied stock class Bushmaster built by Earon Carter

Came from a Southern California guy last year, likely built in the early 90s, I have seen one other in APG.

Body still takes standard Line Si internals and Line SI barrels.

The Carter Stock Class feed is held on by the usual classic Carter collar.  This pump came with a Rat Attack changer on it (I threw on a Line SI Lever stock for the photo).

Update: this is actually a Maximaster and these Bore drop nelson pumps were built by Earon Carter and sold by Peter Clark.  More details here:
https://paintballhistory.com/peter-clarks-custom-bore-drop-carter-maximasters-c-1993-and-early-90s-so-cal-stock-class/

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