$25.00 – $100.00
The Nelspot 707 was likely introduced in the mid 1950s to mid 1960s as a means for ranchers to mark cattle and forestry employees to mark trees with oil based paintballs.
Never used by National Survival Games, the Nelspot 707 did not play a part in the development of the game we consider paintball, but was likely crucial in the design of Nelson’s next marker, the Nelspot 007.
Find history on the Nelspot 707 here.
Prints of this Nelspot 707 are available in the following dimensions on Epson Premium Luster Paper.
Total Dimensions – 24×14 inches
Printed dimensions – 22×14 inches
Limited to 100 prints of each side.
Total Dimensions – 36×24 inches
Printed dimensions – 34×22 inches
Limited to 60 prints of each side.
Limited to 25 prints of each side.
NOT AVAILABLE AT THIS TIME
These are printed using a 7900 Epson printer and are signed and numbered on back.
These prints will ship priority mail in a tube. Questions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
PLEASE NOTE – THIS ITEM IS FOR THE PRINT ONLY – THE NELSPOT 707 MARKER IS NOT FOR SALE
|Dimensions||24 × 4 × 4 in|
|Side of Marker||
Both Sides, left, right