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KBS Eliminator featured in Command Post 1987

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Here is a scan from the 3rd catalog of Command Post showing the Gramps and Grizzly’s KBS Eliminator.

This catalog was published in 1987 and scanned and uploaded by former Command Post employee and airsoft enthusiast Tim Ellwood to his blog 

http://www.NoAirsoftforOldMen.com 

Tim worked at the Command Post from 1986 until 1988.

Here is a link to the first batch of scans:

http://noairsoftforoldmen.blogspot.com/2011/04/1987-airsoft-catalog-real-blast-from.html

And here is a link to the second batch of scans: 

http://noairsoftforoldmen.blogspot.com/2011/05/rest-of-story-1987-airsoft-paintball.html

The catalog also contains one (if not the only) picture/advertisement for the California Cobra. 

(Edit: I originally wrote KBA instead of KBS)

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