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David ”river031403” Tapia on homemade PGP wedgits – Detents

Here is the 4th and last video from the ao vs mcb game last weekend at Jungle Island Paintball.  

David ”river031403” Tapia shows off some homemade wedgits he installed on his pgp.  Look pretty good.  Might  not be deep enough for some of the smaller paint but maybe with a third added in they would work out? Thanks David!

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