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Stock Class Sterling body and Pro Teams Frame

Here’s a stock class modified Sterling body I received in the mail from New Zealand today (thanks Grant!) and with it, a frame I purchased over the weekend from Craig Palmer. 

Stock class sterling body and pro teams 45 frame
Top view of the Stock class Sterling body and Proteams Sterling frame.

The frame is a new old stock Proteams frame specifically made for the Sterling. It will work on snipers as well but not cockers or mags. The front grip frame hole is threaded for the stock sterling rail (as seen here:http://www.baccipaintball.com/parts/pump/sterling/bodies.html ).

A few factory sterling stock class bodies were products by the different manufacturers of the Sterling over the years but this is actually a decently put together modification.

Side view of stock class sterling body and 45 frame
Back view of the stock class sterling body and Pro Teams Frame. Price tag is still on the frame.

Edit: Spaced on this (happens everyday around this time) but I was going to add that Jacob Becker is now the US dealer for Arrow Precision. Take a look at his thread on mcb for more information:

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