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Classic Viewloader ”VL” Shirt


Here a classic Viewloader shirt from a bunch of shirts and memorabilia that Chuck Link of the ”TN Grim Reapers” and ”Paladin”has been sending me.  

I would guess the date on this shirt would be around 1995-1996?  Same time frame as the split shell 9v viewloader 2000s and cocker/mag one hole rubber grips. 

Chuck wrote me, ”this was one of my favorite shirts, heavy weight and great to play in, good color without camo,” regarding this long sleeve T.

The first shirt I added was a Frontline shirt I posted a while back.  I will be adding these all to a gallery of tshirts soon.

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