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Danny Guardado’s AGS name tag

Danny Guardados ags name tagJust got back from our Socal stock class / stick feed game at Jungle Island. 

We had between 39-45 players and saw a lot of cool gear, from a beautiful teal buzzard, a hawaiian combat crew shirt (which I forgot to take pictures of), Jack´s Tidy Bowl South Bay Arms sheridan to some awesome 80s comp guns.

One of my favorite pieces today was this Adventure Game Supplies ( AGS ) name tag that Danny Guardado showed up wearing on his harness. He later unclipped it and gave it to me! 

Danny said he came across this tag in a box and was worried it might get tossed if he left it.

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