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Pro-Team Products VMX Kit Quick Strip

Another video from the series of paintgun breakdown that Benji and I recorded in October / November of 2015. This segment focuses in on a beautiful VM-68 with a VMX body kit on it that Benji has had on his wall for the last year or so.

In this minute and a half video I show how quickly the bolt and hammer can be quick stripped from the VMX kit and then how simple reassembly is. These VMX kits are a pretty neat alternative to the stock VM-68 body but they still have so much aluminum on them.

The vertical asa and the side tap is a nice touch but I don’t really think I’ve seen one setup with a elegant use of the side tap. 
And the barrel threads are pmi 3 / vm-68.

Find VM-68 parts for sale at:
http://www.baccipaintball.com/parts/semi/vm-68.html

And VM-68 articles at:
https://paintballhistory.com/tag/vm68

Benji always has a ton of rare and classic pumps, semis, and electros, as well as everything in between for sale so check out his ebay, pbn and mcb links below. Ebay:
http://www.ebay.com/usr/bigb_pb

Find Benji on youtube at https://www.youtube.com/malgamyjr

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