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Various Lapco Flutted Hammers for Nelsons in Brass and Stainless

Lapco brass and stainless flutted hammers from Ghost and Spirits.
Lapco brass and stainless flutted hammers from Ghost and Spirits.

Pictured are assorted lapco hammers (except for top left). Some are engraved lapco on the top. The Brass hammers pictured have stainless inserts. Brass hammers are supposedly low friction but high strength with the stainless insert.  They are not as heavy as stainless.

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http://www.baccipaintball.com/parts/pump/nelson/brand/lapco.html

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