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Brian Krinsky, of Retread Paintball, shooting a SMG-60

Great SMG 60 shooting video from Brian at Retread Paintball.

Watching the stripper clips fly out is just so much fun.

I wonder if we can use them at SC Village?
I love playing with mine but most times when you are close enough to hit someone you’re likely going to hit them several times so I feel a little bad about using it.

And for more limited paint games checkout Brian’s Southern California Paintball meetup group at:
http://www.meetup.com/Paintball-Meetup-Group/

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