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Grizwald Stock Class WGP Ranger

Any SoCal stock players recognize this stock class WGP Ranger?

Stock class WGP Ranger
Stock Class modified WGP Ranger.

I believe that I’ve seen this ranger in Stock Class Tournament team photos of Grizwald from the early or mid 90s printed in APG but I haven’t come across the exact photo recently.

Right side view of stock class ranger.
Right side view of Stock Class WGP Ranger. SEB is cut into the side of the receiver.

This paintgun also has “SEB” cut Into the feed and frame.

Back view of Stock Class Ranger.
Back view of Stock Class Ranger.

Another photo of the stock class ranger. This shot shows the ocular site attached to the side. You can SEB cut into various places on this gun.  Above my fingers you can see the B from “SEB.”

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  1. Wow..That’s one of my guns that was stolen 20 years ago….The SEB on the side of the gun stands for Scott Eric Blundell. I played with Grizwald back then with Jim, Carla,Jessica and Key…Just to name a few


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