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Danny Guardado’s Line SI Factory Team Bushmaster

Finally editing video footage from Gilly’s Spring Pump Event West (SPEW).   

One interview was with Bushmaster team member and Adventure Game Supplies employee Danny Guardado.

Guardado's line si bushmaster

Here is Danny’s team Bushmaster, notice the unmilled receiver and engraving on the side. 

Going to take me a while to gather media for Danny’s video.  I’m looking for (scans or pictures of) the following patches (if there were event patches for these teams, store and field:

Adventure Game Supplies

The Flinstones (so Cal team)

Stars and Bars (So Cal team, home field Southern Comfort)

Southern Comfort (So Cal field)

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