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The Nemesis – A blowforward by Paintmatic

Received this in the mail Thursday from Mike “Cannon Fodder” Carter in the UK.
This is a later version Nemesis by Paintmatic.

Nemesis by Paintmatic
A quick shot of the Nemesis blowforward that arrived in the mail today.

The silver blow forward i have posted before is likely a Legend not The Nemesis. Needs a few parts. More on this in the next week.

Here is the previous article I compiled about the UK Legend and The Nemesis last year. Another article with a few updates will be posted soon. 
http://www.baccipaintball.com/oldnews/archives/320

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