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Jorge Cervantez shoots the Navarone Autococker

Here is the second installment in the two part series with Tim @ Paintball Tek dot com and 2002 Trick Shot World Champion, Jorge Cervantez. 

In this video Jorge takes the Navarone Autococker out to show off his “Trick Shot.”

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