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Chris Iaquinta on the Old School Paintball Big Game

Here is the first video from a series that we recorded at Chris Iaquinta’s Old School Paintball Big Game on November 8th, 2015 at SC Village. In this video Chris Iaquinta, who organized the event, and plans to hold subsequent games of the same theme, recaps the highlights from the day.
Find out about future Old School Paintball Big Game events at: http://www.oldschoolpb.com

With over 120 players attending Chris’ first inaugural game, I would say it was a pretty good turnout.

In the video, Chris names a few of the players who came out to the game, including Rodney Squires of the Good, the Bad, and the Deadly, Bryon Benini, Rick Cendejas, Michael Baird of the Ironmen, and Mark Knopp of Kwik Maxx and Avalanche. But many other players joined the event including Robert Anderson, of Black Sunday and Team Image, Sonny Lopez of the Los Angeles Hitmen, Sonny Phommarine, of Team America and the So Cal Stock Group, Frank Figerell, of Navarone and many others.

Bud Orr also attended and actually helped set up the display behind Chris in the video! 

For dates and info on the next Old School Big Game check out Chris’ site, which is directing to his Old School Paintball Big Game facebook group in the meantime, at http://www.oldschoolpb.com and contact Chris for info on the Old School Paintball Big Game Jerseys if you’re interested!

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