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Lee “Crandall” Randolph’s Smart Parts Boss

Lee Randolph sent me a batch of pictures of his Smart Parts Boss for a videos I will eventually be editing going over a Smart Parts Boss.  Lee’s Boss came with a few different internal and packaging accessories than mine (thanks Bryan Spiegel) and will be neat to show in the video.

Smart Parts Boss

In this picture, Lee has incorporated a few classic and modern upgrades to reduce the weight (original non Line SI frame is cast and weights a ton!) and ergonomics. 

The replaced parts are:
•line SI frame
•90 degree m-16 grip
•under cocking rod and mount (is this off a phantom?).  

The Boss is stock undercocking but since Lee replaced the frame (with integrated under cocking rod) he had to devise a different mount for the undercocking rod on the Line SI Frame.

Lee wrote me:

“It’s functional. It wouldn’t take long to make it a bit more stable and pretty. I think it would look better with a factory 45. The grip and rail is one i happened to have put together and sitting around.”

Thanks Lee!

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