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Stock Class Carter Comp from the early 1990s

Another overview video looking at a Carter Machine Comp that Benji has had sitting around.

This Stock class Carter Comp gun has a whole bunch of neat features, a few of quick I haven’t seen on many other comps. 

These features include the extra milling on the collar. The collar is the piece that secures around the grip frame and body and a single screw is used to attach the stock class feed block to.

Left side view of Benji's Carter Machine Stock Class Carter Comp.
Left side view of Benji’s Carter Machine Stock Class Carter Comp.

The grips are a dark wood that look incredible but are not the usual style you would find on comps of this era. Typical comps from this time period will have Tim Stone wood grips, grips that are a white hard material and made by Full Blown Products, or grips made by Earon Carter’s friend, Jimbo.

Another feature that is always nice to see on a Carter Machine pump paintgun from this era is the included matched Rat Attack Changer. This Rat Attack has extra milling as well.

Right side view of Benji's Stock Class Green Carter Comp.
Right side view of Benji’s Stock Class Green Carter Comp.

The final minor touch on this Stock Class Green Comp is the trigger shoe. I believe Derrick Obatake, of Steel Flame, was casting these shoes out of brass for Carter Machine and his team mates on the Kamikaze Shooters during the early 1990s. The shoe on this comp isn’t brass but, I believe sterling silver, which is very neat.

And 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

And on mcarterbrown at http://www.mcarterbrown.com/forums/members/bigbthebenji.html

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https://paintballhistory.com/tag/carter-machine

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