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Paul’s Carterized Stock Class Sniper 2

Paul just finished putting together this beautiful Carterized Stock Class Sniper 2.  He had Earon mill the body a few months back and then started gathering parts.
A few unique touches are the integrated Armson site, similar to some old school B&M and Ironmen guns, the Carter Pump changers (aluminum pump on a WGP changer), the Full Blown Products Laser Etched Grips, a few small cuts on the WGP inline reg, extra cuts on the back block and other misc stuff.

Paul's carter Sniper

I’m going to give a Sniper 1 body to Paul to take to Earon for the conversion next week. If anyone is interested in having Earon convert one of their left or right feed Sniper bodies (you’ll need to include a back block) contact Paul at plschreck at yahoo dot com.

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