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Combat Connection’s Enforcer Restoration by “Walz” for “300z”

Tyler “300z” Goff purchased this Combat Connections Enforcer 1 body off the site back in August. The body was heavily used and had a weird hole behind on the top back of the barrel/breech tube. 

http://www.baccipaintball.com/t919.html

Since it was an Enforcer 1 it originally didn’t have a feed attached and used the slide on feed -68 magnum style feed block.

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Enforcer 1 body as Tyler received it.

 

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Top view of Combat Connection’s Enforcer body prior to work. Notice no feed because Enforcer 1s used a sliding feedblock. Also notice the ding at the back of the body.

Tyler sent the body to Walz on mcb who attached a feed and covered the unsightly hole with a sight rail. It’s looking great now, checkout the finished Enforcer in Walz’s thread on mcb:

http://www.mcarterbrown.com/forums/sheridan/246239-enforcer-project.html

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