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Function and Features of the Master Blaster / Elevator Gun (part 3 of 6)

 

In the third installment of the Master Blaster / Elevator Gun series I take a closer look at operating this reverse pump action. There is a clear shot of the elevator raising and lowering and how a 12 gram is loaded upside down.

Up next in this series, part 4, Earon Carter talks about the “Elevator Gun”.
Followed by Tim McMurray remembering back when they sketched the idea out for this unique design.
And last but not least, shooting the elevator gun!

Here is the link to the first article and video:
https://paintballhistory.com/archives/367
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yBldX3waZeA

Here is a link to the second video with Paul Schreck on the discovery of the Elevator Gun:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zD7qhyCa2R4

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