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Paintball History Display at the Bay Cities Classic

Robert Anderson, of Black Sunday, Team Image, and Gunfighters invited us to display at the Bay Cities Classic this weekend near Sacramento, California.
Over 20 teams competed in the 10 man mech event, with the OG Ironmen, Dynasty, Gunfighers, Fight Club, Black Sunday and many others playing for the titles.

With help from Gene / Autococker Parts dot com, Stephen, Russ and Christian we set up an awesome display covering the early 1980s until around 2000.

And check out our display from the previous weekend at Decay of Nations.

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