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Tim Stone’s Removable Barrel Carter Comp with Sonny Phommarine and Jack Wada

Over the weekend Sonny “Fearless Leader” Phommarine of So Cal Stock and Jack Wada of the Kamikaze Shooters showed a pump that belonged to Kamikaze Shooters player Tim Stone.

Stone played for the Kamikaze Shooters and as Sonny and Jack explain, Earon Carter made him the first removable barrel Carter Comp gun.

Other features include the Butterfly Changer, the gold Trigger Shoe, Corian Grips and a Sunspot sight on the pump handle!

If you look closely at this comp you can see several important details.
The frame has white Corian grips, similar to those made by Full Blown or Jimbo (Stone may have made this pair himself though?).

The trigger shoe is gold with “STONE” stamped in it.

The 12 gram lever changer is Earon’s Butterfly Changer (look is similar to a Butterfly Knife!). One of the best lever changers in my opinion. The handle is steel and they work extremely reliably.

As with most early Carter Machine pumps, there is a Sunspot sight on the front, but the sight is on the end of the pump handle and not the the end of the end of the barrel.

Raw RTR elbow (added by Sonny).

Overall a very cool set up.

Find more videos with Jack and Sonny and the rest of So Cal Stock on facebook here.
Find Nelson parts including Carter Machine Parts here.
Find Articles on the Kamikaze Shooters here.

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