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A better quality Mafia Team Photo

A few months back I posted this photo of the Southern Calfornia team, The Mafia, that Gilbert Martinez sent me from Tuty Hernandez, Danny Guardado’s uncle.

https://paintballhistory.com/southern-california-mafia-team-photo

At out last Stock Class / Stick Feed Game, Gilly brought out the actual photo so I could reshoot it and have a better quality shot for Danny Guardado’s interview video (which I am still slowly working on).

Here is the much higher quality photograph from Tuty:
Mafia Team photography

Gilly did remember a few additional details, I think also said this photo was not taken at Southern Comfort but was actually shot at Fields of Fire.

Gilly, Danny and Tuty also managed to remember all the team member’s names!

Final Mafia Photo numbered
Here is the better photo with numbers to go with the names below:
1. Albert Hernandez
2. David Bernal
3. Artie Hernandez
4. Joe Guardado
5. Bill
6. Paul Hernandez
7. Chris Brenn
8. Peter Hernandez
9. Dale Edwards
10. Paul Vesquez (Maker of the Hornet Pump Nelson http://www.baccipaintball.com/oldnews/archives/343 )
11. Gilbert Martinez
12. Doug Edwards
13. Tuty Hernandez
14. Julian
15. Danny Guardado
16. Bobby Hernandez
17. Carlos
18. Robert Calderon
19. Kenny Hernandez

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