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Dealers of Death patch, B&M’s factory team (c. 1993-1995?)

Dealers of Death patch

Dealers of Death were, according to Stephen Blair of the Bushwackers, “a very short lived team based out of the [B&M (Glendora/Azuza,CA)] store.”

According to Stephen, the team comprised of “[Brahim] “Brian” Estephan, Danny (Brahim’s brother) and Ralphy,” and was around before Brahim played with the ‘wackers and Ironmen.

Stephen guesses that the Dealers of Death existed around 1993-1995 and then turned into a different team but Stephen couldn’t remember the name.

Stephen adds, “Ralphy played with them before going to Aftershock” and “[Mousse] was gone from [B&M] by then.”

Paul Schreck received a couple of these patches from Brahim and gave them to me. Anyone else remember anything about the Dealers of Death?

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