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Navarone Apocalypse Patch

Finished editing a couple videos on the technical aspects of  early Autocockers with Tim @ Paintball Tek.  We used a Navarone Autococker as an example.  I posted a crappy phone picture of this Navarone patch before but here is a nicer scan.  

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This red Navarone Apocalypse squad patch came from Rick Rector with his Autococker and Bushmaster. 

I asked Randy Kamiya about the two Navarone squads, Apocalypse and Armageddon and here is what he wrote:

“In the beginning, there were two Navarone teams, Armageddon had the blue patch, Apocalypse had the red.

Armageddon was supposed to be the A team, but Apocalypse would also beat Armageddon from time to time. 

When I started, I was a member of Apocalypse. We always fielded two teams in the days of 12 grams and pumps. When things changed to semi-autos and constant air, we dropped the red patch and two team system. I don’t think we ever fielded two teams when we went to semi-autos.”

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