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Walz modified PPS Pug with Eric Lechooch Horne

Eric and I recorded this video at the recent So Cal Stock day. In this video, Eric Horne, AKA Lechooch, shows off a recent build he commissioned from Walz on mcarterbrown.

This Sheridan pistol started life out as a Palmer’s Pursuit Shop Pug and Eric later sent it to Walz to be converted to a direct feed with a removable barrel.
The ability to utilize freak inserts is pretty neat and the sticks are a nice touch. The stick feed is nicely assembled and fits snugly inside the large ID sheridan feedneck.

Eric is on youtube at https://www.youtube.com/user/TheLechooch

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