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Paul Schreck’s Green Left Feed Kamikaze Shooter / Duck Rebuild

I hope everyone is getting a few days to relax this week and work on some paintball projects there hasn’t been time for over the busy year.

Here is a quick video we took of Paul’s newest creation cycling. A left feed Kamikaze Shooter he put together from two ducks to suit his needs. 
Of course he gave me the usual “I’m done building guns” statement but we all know there’s no such thing…

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  1. I have a Kamikaze Shooter DD68 (aka Desert Duck) that my brother (passed away) bought from a guy named Dave Loo. How would you suggest that I sell my gun? Thank You!


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