Home Classic Paintball Scans Orr and Gong at the 1990 Masters - Paintcheck May 1991

Orr and Gong at the 1990 Masters – Paintcheck May 1991

2012-10-14-may-1991-paintcheck-top-gun

Another Top Gun article on Ray Gong’s struggle to separate paintguns from firearms and open his own field on his original Marlboro Township NJ Top Gun site. This scan shows Bud Orr and Ray Gong┬ástanding beside each other.

Mike Galvin will have to weight in on this article from the May 1991 issue of Paintcheck but I am assuming this article is after the Monmouth County Superior Court overturned Marlboro County’s Zoning board ruling to shut down Gong’s original site but before Marlboro county won an appeal and Gong moved Top Gun to Jackson Township where it is located today.

This May 1991 Paintcheck article by Len Canter was originally formated differently but I photoshopped the format to make it line up with the picture easier.

The pictures of Top Gun’s Staff along with WGP at the 1990 Line SI Nashville Masters is also a fantastic example of Gong and Orr’s friendship.

Find this post on facebook at:
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=354865554607426

Take a second to support Paintball History on Patreon!

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Sovereign to Autococker barrel thread adapter

A neat custom adapter that allows a Sovereign semi auto to take the barrel from an Autococker. Shown on a customized Bad Boyz Toyz Sovereign.

MF2 Micrococker Sniper by MF2 designs

A neat example of the MF2 Micrococker by MF2 Designs. A rare Autococker from the mid to late 90s that was very compact and designed in Canada.

Identifying Carter Machine Autocockers

Carter Machine Autocockers came in many styles and designs. Some mods were for performance and others for aesthetics. In this write up I list what I've found.

A first generation Spyder

A closer look at the unique feature that separates a first generation Kingman Spyder from other models, the choker screw.

RIP Bob Gurnsey, Paintball’s Creator, and the NSG Rapide.

Paintball lost it's creator, Bob Gurnsey, of National Survival Games and father to the industry we all love and creator of the Rapide Double Action.
Take a second to support Paintball History on Patreon!