Home Gear Camouflage Started filming a few videos shooting misc paintguns today

Started filming a few videos shooting misc paintguns today

A table of goodness that I'm setting up to use in a couple videos. Palmer's J Slot Quicksilver pistol, Stan Russell's Elevator Master Blaster and Robert Turner's Master Blaster.
A table of goodness that I’m setting up to use in a couple videos. Palmer’s J Slot Quicksilver pistol, Stan Russell’s Elevator Master Blaster and Robert Turner’s Master Blaster.

Here is some gear I’m preparing for videos today. Paintguns pictured are:
Top is J Slot Quicksilver Palmerized PMI 1 c.1988
Middle right is Stan Russell’s Master Blaster
Bottom left is Robert Turner’s camo anodized Minimag

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