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Excaliber League conference – Jan ’91 Paintcheck

field owners at Excaliber league conference

Spent the last couple days doing site code changes for increased loading speed (so if you find problems let me know!) and then scanned a bunch of media for upcoming videos tonight. Here is a photo I scanned for Gary Bennett’s KFTY 50 Store Wars III c. 1992 video interview. 

This photo came from the January 1991 issue of Paintcheck and was taken at an Excaliber League conference that Bennett attended along with other field owners/operators throughout the United States.

Also pictured is Jim Shreve (of the Excaliber League), John Gross and Anita Blute (of Paintball Park Florida and later Florida Paintball Center where Gross was know for his customized cockers), Jim Iulo (of Strategy Plus in Connecticut), Sam Soda (of Big Boys Games, Iowa), Jack Kelly (of Diamond in the Rough, Arizona) and Gary Bennett (of Paintball Hill, Pope Valley California) and Jim Miller (also of Excaliber League).

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