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Pacific Paintball Patches

Here are two early 90s patches from Pacific Paintball in Northern California.  Pacific turned into Kapp likely around 2000. 

Pacific Paintball patches

I think Tony Meno, store manager for Pacific, gave me these. If I didn’t get them from Tony then they came from Norm who ran Adventure Mountain Paintball in Boonville California.

Tony wrote that what looks like G-Supply on the Green patch should have been an Ampersand (&) so it would be Pacific Paintball & Supply.

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