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Stephen Blair’s Line SI Bushmaster

Here is a photo I took on March 13th, 2010 of Stephen Blair at the opening day of Leon Styles’ Tombstone.

Stephen Blair, in March of 2010, showing off his Line SI Bushmaster, with one Arm Bandit Loader.
Stephen Blair, in March of 2010, showing off his Line SI Bushmaster, with one Arm Bandit Loader.

The was a free day which Tombstone put on to draw in customers and the park was packed!

I was playing with the MCB crowd that day but while walking around with my camera I saw a radical Line SI Bushmaster with a Whaler style OAB hopper. And to top this cool setup off, the hopper had an Idema stocker on it!

I couldn’t remember who the photo was until I started talking to Steve on facebook. Steve joined us at a few Southern California games after that and he was still playing with his Bushmaster.

Last week Stephen told me that his car was stolen and along with it, all his gear including his Bushmaster.

A closer shot showing Stephen's bushmaster in detail.
A closer shot showing Stephen’s bushmaster in detail.

And a better shot of Stephen Blair’s Bushmaster that was stolen. Not sure if he still had it set up with the back bottle AA reg but the ICS stick on the One Arm Bandit is a pretty unique feature.

Stephen’s car was stolen from Devore which is next to Fontana and San Bernadino. The most distinguishable feature would likely be the ICS sticker on the Whaler OAB but please everyone keep their eyes open.

Steve played on the Bushwackers and was partners in the Combat Master’s field way back.
Here are a couple posts about Combat Masters:
https://paintballhistory.com/tag/combat-masters

Edit: Stephen currently plays on Black Sunday.

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