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Daystate Mark III photo from Olly Bell

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Working on getting the videos on Daystate Pumps live today.

On that topic, here is a scan that Olly Bell (The Gun Doctor for Paintball Games International) sent me.

I don’t know which magazine this came out of but it’s likely from a UK publication such as PGI, Paintball, or Paintball Adventures.

The paintballer in this picture is shooting the pistol version of the Daystate Mark III.

Thanks Olly! Today Olly is writing for http://www.paintballscene.co.uk/ and you can see his youtube channel with some awesome UK Hyperball videos at:
http://www.youtube.com/user/ollytheosteo

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