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The LAPCO Daystar is as rare as they come. Custom created by Colin Thompson, the Daystar is contructed from the legendary LAPCO pump, the Grey Ghost. Completely hand constructed and polished, this gun is #6 from a production run of only 15. Colin Thompson told me that he almost forgot that he ever made the small production of LAPCO Daystars, and was surprised that there was one still in existence. This gun very well could be one of the last of its kind.

Originally purchased 11 years ago from Colin Thompson himself while he was working for Paintball Connection in San Diego. It has only been used a handfull of times, and was cleaned and safely stored after every use. This gun is in very good condition. The only aesthetic blemishes are some wear on the barrel from the sliding of the pump and a few scratches from use. It is still fully functional and fires like a dream.

This marker is a true display of Colin Thompson's dedication to the game of paintball and precision workmanship. A custom production from one of the most legendary LAPCO markers ever created. The LAPCO Daystar is a must-have for any serious collector. If you have any questions, please feel free to e-mail me.

*Correction* Colin Thompson just contacted me and had this to say, "I see from a different pic on EBAY that the base gun was a Grey Spirit, not a Ghost. The gun is a Bore Drop. That's the difference." And now we know have a little deeper insight into the history of this rare marker.


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