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Classic Lapco Stock Class Grey Ghost

Old School Stock Class Grey Ghost by LAPCO Los Angeles Paintball Company. Likely made in 1992 when stock class started to come back to Southern California. Definitely not a loaner…
Lapco Stock Ghost Feed Close upNot great photos but these two images shows the sides of the classic Stock Class LAPCO ghost. 

Lapco Right side of stock feed
You can see how the Feed Tube is attached onto the stock feedneck with set screws.

As far as I know this was the factory Stock Class setup from LAPCO and I don’t know how many Colin Thompson made in this style.

The stock in the background holds a AGD Micro CA.

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