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Slide frame on a Nelspot 007 by cutting down the Ranger Rail

A cut down ranger rail and slide trigger.
A ranger rail getting cut down so I can use a slide frame with it on a Nelspot 007 body with a Lapco backbottle and Knurled pump handle.

Getting loaner pistols ready for Bacci Mountain this weekend. The Site Ranger rail pictured above is getting set up to use an Auto Trracer slide trigger plate in a cocker slide frame on a Nelspot 007.

The front is also cut for an ohms knurled 007 pump handle and the back is cut down for the lapco Asa as shown (instead of ranger Asa).

Find WGP Ranger parts such as Site Ranger rails on baccipaintball under WGP nelson parts:
http://www.baccipaintball.com/parts/pump/nelson/brand/wgp.html

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