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SC Village ad Scan from APG October 1989

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Another SC Village ad from the inside of the back cover of the October 1989 Action Pursuit Games. Field shots look awesome. 

By this time semis were first starting to appear, the speedball fields (with concrete ponds) were built and Bud was I assume offering the rentals? 

Correct me if I’m wrong.  Anyone know up until what point Gunner was still renting Annihilators?

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