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Carter Machine’s Natural Born Killers and the Combat Crew

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Back side of Marc Pascual’s Carter Machine Natural Born Killer’s Shirt.

I took this photo of the back of Marc Pascual’s shirt at our Southern Cal Stock Group game yesterday. Pascual worked for Carter Machine while Earon’s shop was located in Fullerton.

Marc told me the shirt was from one of Carter Machine’s Canadian tours and that “Carter Machine’s Natural Born Killers” was the team they played under. 

Combat Simulations was a store out of Hawaii (was their a field attached?) run by members of the team Combat Crew.

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Front logo from Marc Pascual’s Carter Machine Natural Born Killers T shirt.

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Posted by Baccipaintball.com on Monday, January 6, 2014



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