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[Paint]Guns that Legalized Paintball in New Jersey at Top Gun Paintball

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”Guns that Legalized Paintball in New Jersey.”
This picture from Mike Galvin shows some of the guns hanging up at Top Gun likely at the Marlboro Township/Morganville location before getting shut down in later 1991 or early 1992?
Mike (or anyone else) can correct me (since I am just guessing) but I would assume this was likely the beginning of 1991 when Top Gun opened the short lived Marlboro Township location.

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