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Maximaster vs Buzzard Feed

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I didn’t realize that there is supposed to be another day of sales the monday after Black Friday? I am trying to figure out what I can discount now. Probably classic hoppers, drops, harnesses, and maybe some other parts?

And here is a picture to keep the post interesting, a comparison between a Maximaster feed and a Termite/Buzzard feed.

Since the Maximaster is a bore drop the feed is mounted further forward on the body so the collar does not need to wrap around the frame.

On the Termite/Buzzard the collar wraps around the front of the frame and eliminates the need for a front grip frame rail screw into the body.

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Posted by Baccipaintball.com on Sunday, November 25, 2012

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