Home Classic Paintball Scans Sat Cong Village ad scan from APG November 1987

Sat Cong Village ad scan from APG November 1987

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Here is an ad scan for Sat Cong Village from the November 1987 issue of APG.

Was Saigon Sam’s just the field shop for Sat Cong?  

By the time this advertisement ran Constant air was in full effect.

I would imagine Gunner was still operating his booth and renting out Annhilators and Bud had been renting snipers for a few months?   

Were there any other options for rentals at this time? 

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