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Bacci Mountain New Years Game Stock Class Video

Bacci Mountain New Years Game 2013

A short video from our stock class game in Northern California on december 28th 2013. This was a stock class (99 percent 12 gram) game at Bacci Mountain. First half of the video is action packed, second half is mostly running back and forth and hard to pick out what’s happening.

I’m catching up on packages tomorrow, anyone with issues or questions please email me! 

Also, our Southern Cal Stock Group videos from the last 3 or so events will be going up in the next couple days. Next game is this weekend, which I unfortunately can’t make. 
It’s So Cal Stock vs the So Cal Meetup Group (Retread Paintball). It’s not stock but it is limited paint, I think pump vs mag fed with 100rd limit? I’ll be there in spirit and see you guys for the So Cal Stock game next month.

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