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Patrick Lee and the Splat Aces

Below is the second half of what Patrick Lee wrote me about his Palmers Pursuit Shop Tornado.  The first half is here:

https://paintballhistory.com/patrick-lee-palmers-tornado-canada

Aside from working at Edmonton Survival Game as the “resident airsmith,” Patrick was also a co-captain of the Edmonton Splat Aces.

splat-aces-edmonton

“I was one of the team Captains for the Splat Aces. Our home field was Edmonton Survival game or ESG paintball.

We had several people with the rifle style Palmer hurricanes and the smaller PMI pistol based palmer semi auto conversions. I will look through some old pictures and see if I can dig some up and send them along.

Since we had a good relationship with Earon Carter we all used Carter Custom auto cockers and later Carter custom Dye markers.”

This patch belongs to Paul who received it from either Earon Carter’s collection or from Fernando Castillo.

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