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”Paintball Museum of History” at Top Gun Paintball

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”Paintball Museum of History”

Another of Mike Galvin’s pictures from possibly the Top Gun ten year anniversary at the Jackson Township location. This pic shows (from top to bottom):

*An early Commando, 1st gen pump handle, nelson frame, wgp drop out.

*Direct feed converted PMI1

*50 Caliber WGP Sniper 1 (with evidence tags from Gong’s legal proceedings to remove the firearm classification from paintguns.

*Nelson 007 Nelspot

*Termite/Buzzard (partially cut off)

*Sterling

And a 1991 Desert Storm Edition Idema vest.

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