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PGI FROG (Field Rental Only Gun)

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Editing a short interview with Scott Kobayashi, of Players Club Paintball, we recorded at the Itaintchemo Charity game in December 2012 at ASG.

Scott worked for Leon Styles at his first Tombstone location in 1998-2001 and tells us what he remembers about Leon’s Field Rental Only Gun (FROG).

Attached is a FROG which, although in bad shape, somehow missed the dremal or grinder when it came time to sand the “Mayhem et” logos off the bodies. 

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