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FoxHunter’s Half Block Autococker c. 1992

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Here is a scan showing Fox Hunters half blocked cockers from the October 1992 issue of Paintball Magazine.

Paintball Magazine was a short run magazine that Jessica Sparks edited for the not as experience paintball crowd. It didn’t cover as many stories on pro teams and focused on amateur teams or individual players.

I believe Paintball Magazine ran from the end of 1991 until the end of 1992 until it was absorbed back into APG.

Hope the scan is large enough to read. If not I will upload it on the site for everyone to enjoy.

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Posted by Baccipaintball.com on Friday, August 31, 2012

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