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Two 62 cal Tippmann SMGs used as Special Effects Paintguns

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Picked these Tippmann smgs up today from a special effects guy in North Hollywood. He didn’t have a Sweeney gun but he did say he used these until he eventually purchased a 68 cal tippmann. The white balls in the photo are powder balls. Also included were a bunch of stripper clips, two small spare parts boxes and a tippmann VHS which I think is a little later than the VHS I have on YouTube now. Find that Tippmann SMG promotional video here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WjOo1BXH08E

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