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Line SI Factory Team style Diamond Dust Bushmaster

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Happy Thanksgiving to you east coasters!

Here is a Bushmaster I picked up a couple weeks back from an Old San Fernando Valley paintballer. This came off craigslist and I purchased it for the diamond dust (hard ano?) body and the raw frame without the safety or side milling.

According to Gilbert ”Gilly” Martinez who was captain of the California Bushmasters, these unmilled frames were usually picked early from the assembly/anodizing line by Navarone and Bushmaster players.

Definitely a unique bushmaster and will be a fun gun to rebuild and get shooting again.

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