Paintball Business Cards
Lively Series Head Ref Dale & his wife Charlene Hambrick at the 1993 Bay City Open.
Jerry’s Kids after they “cinched the California Survival Game Field Champions on Sunday, September 15th 1985.
Tom Cole, of Bad Company Maryland, after a flag pull at the 1992 Lone Star Open. Photo from the archives of Randy Kamiya.
Jeff Perlmutter, Co-Founder & President of Pursuit Marketing, Inc. on pioneering the Sport of Paintball in the 1980s and the History of PMI.
The Tidy Bowl is a Sheridan pump paintball pistol built by South Bay Arms. This example came from Ted "Two Guns" Hines, of Team Ronin Hawaii.
Left to right: Jim Lively, Sam Caldwell, Brad Clark and Kent Meadows, photo credit Jim Lively, c.1982
The Air Gun Game Supplies Mark 1 Paintball Pistol was introduced by David Luxton who later created Simunitions.
A neat custom barrel machined by Sergey Levkov at Technical Trouble Shooting.
A custom sheridan railgun pump built in the late 1980s by Dennis Martinez for Dennis Igarashi, of Dennis' Menaces.
Skip Swift, of Swift Line Industries was one of the original East Coast Sniper 2 and Autococker innovators in the early 1990s. In the years after the introduction of the Autococker he worked on Bob Long and the Ironmen's paintball guns. He also produced parts and accessories in the early 1990s out of Connecticut.
An unidentified WGP Autococker body that was machined with an Eblade eye cover ridge and has an NW Feedneck.
Sergey Levkov on his paintball history with Lapco, Technical Trouble Shooting, his modifications on VM-68s, Tippmann SMG 60s, 68 Specials and more.
An Adrenaline LED Angel in Black Marble, made and used by Adrenaline owner James Graley on Team Adrenaline. From the collection of and details by Christian Van Horn.
The indestructible National Survival Games Splatmaster from our recent paintball history display at SC Village.