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Bud Orr’s Idema Vest at Top Gun Paintball, NJ

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”Bud Orr’s Idema Vest”
Another photo from Mike Galvin Jr. This shot shows more of Top Gun’s history wall at a different time from the first picture posted. Hanging on the wall are two Idema Vests, one which is hard to make out but looks to say ”Bud Orr Worr Games Products.”

The second, in desert camo, likely reads “19XX Desert Storm Edition”. Below the vests are a neat looking Termite/Carter Buzzard and a sterling. To the right is the 50 cal Sniper 1.

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