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Ground Zero Catalog with Bushwacker Players

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Scanned this Ground Zero catalog yesterday during my visit with Bob Fowlie.

Bushwacker players, anyone know who? 

Cool gear and awesome patches. Player on the front has a cover has a early bushmaster with a nelson frame. 

Player on the backcover has a 1st gen commando with the round frame, polished or non painted body and a lever stock (ACI or AGD). 

Can anyone identify the patch on the top of the right arm of the player on the back cover?

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