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Bacci Mountain Paintball 2012

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Above is the group pic from 2011.

I will be in Northern California from Saturday the 21st until Tuesday the 31st for our pump game near Santa Rosa (7/28-7/29).

I am closing the online store part of the time while I am in Northern California.

The store will be closed from 7/21 until 7/27. Orders placed from the 27th until the 31st will ship when I get back.

I will still be able to answer emails during this time.
If you are in the Bay Area / Northern California and want to play some pump with us then send me a message.
-Dan

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