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Mega Z engraved by Laser Dynamics

Mega Z engraved by Laser Dynamics

Here is an image of a Montneel Mega Z To go along with the scan yesterday of Skeeter Gordy’s “Laser Dynamics” mobile engraving station.

This Mega Z came from Charles Eric Holland. Holland wrote:

“The Mega Z was one of the first runs done in that color. Skeeter Gordy was doing the laser engraving for Montneel and several others. His logo was the Laser Dynamics.”

Find Montneel Icon Z1 and Mega Z parts for sale on baccipaintball at:
http://www.baccipaintball.com/parts/semi/montneel.html

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