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Joel Kaufman’s patches – Constant Pursuit, Mare Island Paintball Games, Tour de Force and more

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Some patches I picked up over the weekend. From Joel Kaufman,.
Joel played on Constant Pursuit and Tour de Fource.

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Excited to finally get a Mare Idland patch also. And earlier Saturday I was talking to Tony Meno store manager (1990-1995) at Pacific Paintball about Mike Sinatra (who ran Mare island).

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