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Gilly and Danny of the California Bushmasters

Recorded a bunch of interesting video footage at Spew and will be slowing uploading it to youtube.  

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I had been looking forward to asking former California Bushmasters player and AGS employee, Danny Guardados about various things. After a lot of prodding from both Gilly and myself we managed to get Danny in from of the camera. 

Here is a screen capture from a clip where Gilly and Danny are describing a pump that predated the Rebline but share many of the same features.  This paintgun was the VerbeekOlater, after their creator, Bill Verbeek.  (EDIT: I’ve since found out that Ron and Tony Verbeek were players on Sudden Death.  See the article below:
https://paintballhistory.com/sudden-death-team-photo-apg-81988 ).

Has anyone heard of the VerbeekOlater?

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