Home Companies Tim McMurray on Mac 1's Benchrest Rifle - US FT Air Rifle...

Tim McMurray on Mac 1’s Benchrest Rifle – US FT Air Rifle

Here is the last video video from the first batch that Tim McMurray from Mac 1 Airguns and I filmed.

In this video Tim introduces himself and talks a little about Mac 1’s history and the custom Benchrest and Field Target pellet rifles he currently works on.  

Not really paintball related other than the 13 ci tank and Pure Energy sticker but neat to hear about these custom air rifles. 

The pellet rifle Tim is holding is his personal US FT Air Rifle that he uses for Competition Field Target and Benchrest shooting.  

And here’s a playlist with the current Mac 1 videos I’ve uploaded on youtube:

I recorded a few more on the second trip over to Mac 1 several months back but haven’t started editing those yet. In those videos Tim goes more into more details on these complete custom rifles.  He also discusses his thoughts on the origin of the Nelson 707.  Won’t have those up for a while though.

Find Mac 1 online at:
http://www.mac1airgunshop.com

Find this post on facebook at:
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=464134383680542

Take a second to support Paintball History on Patreon!

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Sovereign to Autococker barrel thread adapter

A neat custom adapter that allows a Sovereign semi auto to take the barrel from an Autococker. Shown on a customized Bad Boyz Toyz Sovereign.

Sergey Levkov / Technical Trouble Shooting modified VM-68s of the early 1990s

Sergey Levkov on his paintball history with Lapco, Technical Trouble Shooting, his modifications on VM-68s, Tippmann SMG 60s, 68 Specials and more.

A first generation Spyder

A closer look at the unique feature that separates a first generation Kingman Spyder from other models, the choker screw.

Skip Swift of SwiftLine, an early Autococker Innovator

Skip Swift, of Swift Line Industries was one of the original East Coast Sniper 2 and Autococker innovators in the early 1990s. In the years after the introduction of the Autococker he worked on Bob Long and the Ironmen's paintball guns. He also produced parts and accessories in the early 1990s out of Connecticut.

The Ironmen, pictured in Paintcheck 2/92 and early history

Rick Cendejas looks at the Ironmen in Paintcheck February 1992; Mike Baird and Michael Leon comment on the history of the Ironmen from 1985-87.
Take a second to support Paintball History on Patreon!