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Kevin Donaldson, Danny Weisel and Jim Anderson in June 1990 PSM

Working on the last touches on Kevin Donaldson’s interview about his friend and teammate,  Jim Anderson.

Kevin Donaldson, Danny Weisel and Jim Anderson photo, scanned from the June 1990 issue of PSM.
Kevin Donaldson (left), Danny Weisel (center) and Jim Anderson (right). Donaldson and Weisel were playing on the Master Blasters and Anderson was playing for the Wild Geese. Photo scanned from the June 1990 issue of Paintball Sports Magazine.

This scan of Kevin Donaldson, Danny Weisel and Jim Anderson is from the June 1990 issue of Paintball Sports Magazine (International), and was used in an article that Jim Anderson wrote on winning tournaments.

Left is Kevin Donaldson and center is Danny Weisel, both were playing for the Master Blasters Paintball Team,and right is Jim Anderson. Anderson was playing with the Wild Geese.

I asked Kevin Donaldson about this photo and he replied that “This [photograph] is from the 1988 air pistol open at Survival NY. It was taken after a game between the Master Blasters and the Wild Geese of NH.
After this tourney Jim left the Geese to become a Blaster and our great friendship began.”

In the picture, Donaldson and Weisel look to be shooting their early Termites and Anderson is shooting a Bushmaster with a Line SI wirestock.

For more information on the Master Blaster’s Termite guns, watch the first part of Kevin’s interview video:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6IA9vBlgjIA

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