Only one of its kind, XSV Matrix.
I don't think Sacramento XSV was ever sponsored or formally required to use Matrices, so this is a pretty special specimen. Made by Duane Parsons for Rich Telford as a present from his wife, Gina. Duane is the same man responsible for the original work on the Ironmen Matrices. His nickname, Mr. 2tenths, represents the measurement of two ten-thousandths of an inch. A ten thousandths of an inch is as small as machinist measures by hand and is the amount that the machines that make the pieces can hold parts to. That is to say the machines themselves can hold no better than 2 ten thousandths of an inch. What he is saying by using that name is that he machines to perfection.
Thanks to Jack Rice (of Alien Paintball) for that nickname information.
A grizzly bear milled on the passenger side, representing California's state animal.
XSV is milled into the trigger guard.