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Mac 1 Paintball and Airgun Patches

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Classic Mac-1 paintball patch on the left and modern (well probably still ten or more years old?) Mac-1 patch on the right.

Tim McMurray didn’t have any of the Paintball patches but I did pick up a few of the pellet patches to list on the site:
http://www.baccipaintball.com/mem311.html

Tim said everyone laughed at this paintball patch because it wasn’t camo to fit in with all the other patches of the late 80s.
In response he told the critics that by the time they saw it they would have already been hit!

And here is a video of Tim explaining how to apply the Mac 1 patch:

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Posted by Baccipaintball.com on Thursday, September 6, 2012

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