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AGS Comp gun ad from Sept 1989 APG

ags comp ad from apg september 1989

In his interview, Danny Guardado talks about AGS’ unsuccessful attempt at a higher end pump, the AGS comp. 

Undercocking to compete against the Carter Comp, NW pumps and the Phantom, Danny says he doesn’t remember selling any AGS Comps at the Van Nuys shop.

Attached is a crop from AGS’ two page spread in the September 1989 issue of Action Pursuit Games.

And here are two photos of the AGS comp I picked up last year:

https://paintballhistory.com/ags-undercocking-comp-gun-c-1988-1989

https://paintballhistory.com/ags-comp-thunderpigs-carter-comp

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