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Line SI Gang Green Bushmaster

Here is a Gang Green Bushmaster from Jim “Pyrate Jim” Wallbeoff several years back along with an older model Line SI with a molded on Crosman frame.

gang green bushmaster

One thing I noticed about my later style Gang Green Bushmaster were what looked like initials of the first and last name stamped on almost every part of the body.

The two letter stamps on my paintgun were mismatched on different parts and I haven’t had a chance to take another look at it recently to try and identify player names based on the initials.

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