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Dan Bacci, Paintball’s Historian, on Catshack Reports

Dan Bacci, Paintball's Historian
Dan Bacci, Paintball’s Historian on Catshack reports

Tom at The CatShack Reports messaged me last week asking if I would want to do an interview for the catshackreports.com I agreed and skyped Tom the following night. 

 Here is the finished article:

Edit: looks like the article is down.

Funny thing is after looking for information on the Legend / Nemesis for so long I get a reply from Pete “Robbo” Robinson with most of the details just a couple days ago. I’ll post more info on that soon. 

Thanks to Tom, Tina and Bob for their interest in this project and everyone else who has been supporting baccipaintball.com!  I really enjoy everyones enthusiasm, and comments on everything I post.  Really, you guys have taught me so much by posting/sharing the little bits you remember!

I also want to thank Chuck Link for providing the Wardrobe which I am wearing in the screen shot Tim used  (from a short video on Lapco’s Autospirit) and many of the other videos I will be editing in the next few weeks.

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