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Super Stanchy Customs on a custom Splatmaster with an Aluminum barrel

Ryan Stanchfield, at Super Stanchy Customs, talks about a couple of modifications he’s done to a family heirloom, his uncle’s National Survival Games Splatmaster.

In the video the main spring is missing which is why he can cock and uncock the splatmaster without any tension. The barrel has been replaced, a rear velocity adjuster has been added. I’m not sure if Ryan replaced the powertube or not?

Find more articles on National Survival Games at https://www.baccipaintball.com/oldnews/tag/national-survival-games/

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