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Shooting a Carterized VM-68 with Paintballtek and Luke

Here is the first of a small batch of videos that I recorded while visiting Paintballtek.com last month.

In this video Tim @ Paintballtek and Luke “Sincera” Swanson cycle some paint through a Carterized VM-68.  I purchased this VM-68 last year from Gaston Nogues who originally commissioned it from his childhood friend Aaron Chistopher while Christopher was working at Carter Machine.

Left side of Carterized VM-68.
Left side of Gaston Nogues’ Carterized VM-68 which Tim and Luke shoot in the above video.

Although we didn’t use the matched co2 cylinder, I did receive it with this Carterized VM-68 and the date on that tank was November of 1994. 

Read more about this VM in the post from last August here:
https://paintballhistory.com/gaston-nogues-carter-machine-vm68-c-1994-95

right side of carterized vm-68
Right side

This VM-68 also has one of Chris Mader’s Urethane hammer rings in it. These stamped rings are available at:
http://www.baccipaintball.com/vmp159.html

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