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Tim McMurray on Stan Russell, the Delrin pump & more

Here is a video with Tim McMurray of Mac 1 Air Guns that I finished a while back and just wrote titles for tonight.  In this video Tim discusses working with Stan Russell, the sheridan long rifle (the K rifle) and the production of the delrin pump handle.

For all the videos with Tim McMurray so far (several need finishing touches and a couple need editing) watch this playlist:

Tim is holding a first gen Annihilator (Jay the Buzzard Jackson’s) in his hands and has the Elevator gun on the table.

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

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