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Lapco Piggyback asa mounts c.1992

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Lapco Piggyback systems. Mount a bottomline on the base of a stock or mount two bottomlines stacked.

Here are a few Lapco Piggybacks which I will be listing in the week to come with a few other lapco parts.

October 1992 issue of Paintball Magazine showing a model with the Lapco Piggyback
Heather Pringle, at the 1992 San Diego Great Western Series tournament showing off the Lapco Piggyback dual tank mount on an autococker.
Scanned from the October 1992 issue of paintball magazine.

These brackets can be used to mount either two bottles as seen in the scan from Paintball Magazine (October 1992) or used to mount a duckbill asa under a T stock.
The tanks are typically set up with on off valves so air is not lost.

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