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PBDA Episode 5 – Ambush, sock hats, paintball rap

Be sure to start this episode at 14 minutes to skip our set up technical issues.

In the fifth installment of our PBDA webcast (Paul, Benji, Dan and Andre (missing)), we talk about our recent Autocockers and Automags vs Pump game at Ambush Paintball Park, show off some paintball sock hats, Benji plays his paintball rap, and we preview one of our PBDA shorts.

We actually recorded a couple short videos but only finished one in time to air it.

With this live streamed web series we’ve been incorporating more and more technical aspects which have caused issues as we try to figure each problem out but we are getting closer and closer to a trouble free broadcast.

Here is a brief list of items we talk about in this broadcast:
John Pope’s Autococker
David Freeman photos including a picture of the Direct Connect Panther.
Alien Magma Sock Hats
Paul’s Chris Cole Voodoo Autococker
Parts phantom with Rainman undercocker and RTR frame.
Cool Pro Mask by Nasty Boys
Goggs mask
Benji’s Red Automag
#PBDA hashtag
Mini Winny (Winchester)
SFT Shocker (Seal Forward Technology)
Tim at Paintballtek DOT COM
Belsales Evolution and Angry Frames

Andre couldn’t join us in this episode but hopefully we will have our whole crew for the next episode. 

Find Paul at https://www.youtube.com/fpspaul
Find Benji at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwdA-UzcbY79ar5wTPH9jSA
And Find Andre on instagram at https://www.instagram.com/apmarchand/

And more episodes of PBDA at:
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJC7papTosfU78wPolRyglUTRdmWGb0vi

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