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Lapco Stock Class Grey Ghost number 32

Shown in this video is Lapco Stock Class Ghost number 32. I’ve posted several articles and videos on this custom Lapco pump before but had it out and wanted to record a sharper segment illustrating some of the unique features.

The base of the body and the feed neck are engraved 32, the the pump arm is engraved custom Ghost. This Ghost was built after Colin and Jon Sivers parted ways.  Paul Schreck found this on craigslist being sold from Steve (last name unknown), an employee at Mr. Paintball in Escondido. Steve purchased this from Colin while working at Mr. Paintball.

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