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Charlie Masunaka’s Stock Class Modified WGP Ranger

This Worr Game Products’ Ranger is owned by Kamikaze Shooters player Charlie Masunaka. Charlie converted this Ranger from open class pump to Stock Class Pump to use at Indoor Warfare in Gardena when the Kamikaze Shooters would frequent the field.
Looking over the WGP we can see that Charlie has done a few neat modifications.

He has added a stock class feed to the top of the body which is a braised on cooper 90 and length of cooper pipe with a section cut from the turn of the 90.
Charlie added a flurescent to the front of this Taso sight ring around the 1 inch bull barrel. Which looks similar (but different) to John Pope’s front sight on his Vindicator.

Charlie also added a pump return spring to the front base of his ranger pump handle to bring the pump handle forward and close the breech after pumping.

Charlie Masunaka’s Ranger is also set up with a back bottle rat attack 12 gram changer.
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