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Lennie Villiados’ Taso Stock Gun – Taso Team Genesis

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Here is a (bad picture of a) Taso Deluxe stock gun which came from Lenny V. Lenny played on the Untouchables, Taso Genesis, Fatal Swoop and other teams in the 90s and possibly early 2K.

While on Taso Genesis Lenny received this Taso deluxe stock gun but didn’t use it much. He also picked up a stainless back All American barrel for it in Taso threads.

The Taso stock gun came in two versions, a Standard without extra milling and a Deluxe version which was cut up by Carter Machine.

These pumps used Taso thread barrels, take standard nelson spec parts including bore drop internals and use m-16 grips.

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Posted by Baccipaintball.com on Saturday, November 3, 2012

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