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Gilbert Martinez and Mafia, pictured in APG July 1994

Here is a scan from the July 1994 issue of APG.

Gilbert Martinez and his Mafia crew, posing after a win at Fields of Honor.
Gilbert Martinez and his Mafia crew, posing after a win at Fields of Honor. Scanned from the July 1994 issue of APG.

According to Gilbert (Gilly) Martinez, picture bottom row on the left in this photo:

“…This was Fields of Honor ’94 Fun Series.
They had like 5 events in the series that year where you had to use different types of markers.
Semi only
Pump only
50/50
Etc..
The overall winner got Autocockers which we won.
Another cool thing is at each event the winners got custom patches for First Place. I earned 4.”

Gilly went on to write, “It was right after this that I resurrected the Bushmasters.”

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