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Indian Springs Paintball patch and some history from Jason Lanzer, Jason McHenry Ott and Dan Dempsey

Indian Springs patch

Indian Springs made some great unbreakable hoppers, pods and gear in 90’s but I really don’t know much about them. I am adding this patch up here so hopefully Jason Lanzer of Alliance and Ohio War Party can give us a little more information.

Jason Lanzer writes:
“Nice Patch!
Indian Springs was located in Copley Ohio. They produced numerous paintball gear items. On top of their maufacturing, they ran a Paintball Shop and also a great field. I started playing their in the late 80’s and was on one of their factory teams called “The Alliance”. The other factory team was “War Party”. We played numerous tournaments as a five man team and joined with War Party to compete in 10 man. We are very excited about tournaments going back to the woods and possibly competing in PA next year. I have a lot of great memories of Indian Springs and my paintball brothers.”

Jason McHenry Ott writes:
“Jim/Pam/Jean Lorenzetti were the owners of Indian Springs. They also made numerous variations of pod packs and leg squeegee holders that I use to this very day.”

And Dan Dempsey of Underground Sports writes:
“The first loader did not have the channel in the bottom. Original Maxi Loaders also did not have a clear lid. Then came Maxi-Loader with the channel. Maxi-Loader “XL” was the 200 round Loader with channel. Last Loader that was made was the Maxi Loader “Classic” at 240 rounds.”

And find Jason’s facebook book page with more information about Indian Springs Paintball, the Alliance, and Ohio War Party at:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/I-played-paintball-at-Indian-Springs-and-I-miss-it/207458459308787?fref=pb&hc_location=profile_browser

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Posted by Baccipaintball.com on Thursday, November 29, 2012

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