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Quick Stripping Sudden Death’s Verbeekolater Nelson pump

This quick video shows the process to strip down the VerbeekOlater pump. This pump was made at Sigma Precision by Tony Verbeek with help from Ron Verbeek and Randy Christophe made for Sudden Death to use at National Survival Game National Championships in October of 1988.  

In this video you can also see how similar the design is to the Rebline Pump which came slightly later.

Find more on the VerbeekOlater here.

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