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Giant Taso Banner – The Paintball Packin’ Possum

Taso banner with Fernando Castillo's Buzzard.
Gigantic banner for the early 90s retailer, TASO. Fernando Castillo’s buzzard is shown in comparison.

Found this giant vinyl banner on MCB last month. Will look great on the wall! I would guess the date on this banner would be between 1991 and 1993. Taso was based out of Southern California and “TASO” was an acronym for “The Adventure Sport Outfitters.

Close up of the Paintball Packing Possum on the Taso Banner.
Close up of the Paintball Packing Possum on the Taso Banner.

And a close of up of the Paintball Packing Opossum!

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