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Danny Guardado in the December 1990 PSI Issue

More media for Danny Guardado and Gilbert Martinez’s interview video.

Danny in Paintball Sport International
Guardado’s moves in the finals landed him on the first page of Paintball Sport International’s Bay City Open 1990 write up. Scanned from the December 1990 issue of Paintball Sport International. Blue tank is off an AGS Vindicator belonging to Danny’s brother Joe.

This scan is from the first page of December 1990 Paintball Sports International’s article on the 1990 Bay City Open where the California Bushmasters II took 2nd place in the pro division.

Gilly wasn’t at this event but Danny played with Bushmasters II and is picture on the side of this page shooting a Line SI Bushmaster with I believe his brother Joe Guardado’s (who was the manager at AGS Van Nuys I believe) bright blue AGS 7oz tank.

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