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Reversible Feed Sniper 1 Body R11

Quick overview video of an old Reversible feed Sniper 1 body with serial "R11" in horrible shape.  Paul Schreck and I found this body in Earon Carter’s back yard last year looking like it has spent ten years out side.

Sure it’s in horrible condition but with a Sonic bath or two from Tim at Paintball Tek (and a new feed and rebuild?) maybe we will be able to disassemble it and see if it functions?

Here are two facebook links for reference with more information on serial number stamping:

https://paintballhistory.com/autococker-serial-history-r11-vs-250-vs-16401

https://paintballhistory.com/wgp-serial-numbers-part-1-r9-and-49507

And an ad for the Command Post showing an early Reversible Feed Sniper 1:

https://paintballhistory.com/reversible-feed-sniper-in-command-posts-march-89-apg-ad

https://paintballhistory.com/close-up-of-command-posts-reversible-feed-sniper-1-march-89-apg

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