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The WGP 50 caliber Sniper 1

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Photo of the WGP 50 caliber Sniper 1 that Bud Orr made for Ray Gong’s 1988 legal proceedings to remove paintball guns in New Jersey from being classified as firearms.

This pump was on the wall of Top Gun throughout the mid 90s and probably remains on the wall today.

Not sure on the serial number but you can see the stepped down barrel.

I am not sure who took this photo but I found it in Chris Mader’s photo archives which Have Blue/ASP has hosted here.

http://haveblue.org/chrismader/

If you took this photo (or know the photographger) please let me know so I can credit it appreopriately.

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