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Gary Bennett on Paintball Hill and Store Wars 3 part 1

Store Wars 3 (c. 1992) interview with Gary Bennett, Owner and Operator of Paintball Hill in Pope Valley California. 

This is part one of two from a 20 minute uncut interview segment that I edited.

Thanks to Tony Meno for the footage and Don Howard for the Paintcheck Field of the Year scan from May 1992.

In part 1 Gary talks about starting Paintball Hill, the recognition Paintball Hill has received from the players in Northern California and why he started the Store Wars Game.

Part 2 will be up tomorrow where Bennett talks about who plays, paintball safety and discusses some statistics.

Other interviews from Store Wars III include, Rich Mansfield, Chris Haggin, and Darryl Trent. Find them all here:
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJC7papTosfXaNc7jdEaLyCKzmzk2aX92

Find more Old News about Paintball Hill here:
https://paintballhistory.com/tag/paintball-hill

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