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Sheldon and his Ghille suit

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On December 1st when we played at Hollywood Sports, Jack Wada was talking about how Sheldon Nishida, of the Kamikaze shooters, took great pride in his ghillie suit and ability to blend into his surrounding.  I think Jack referred to Sheldon and his other teammates as the Bushmen. 

A few weeks later I saw this photo (and the article that went with it) in the November 1987 issue of APG.  The article was titled ””The Bushmen” and Their Camo.” Is this Sheldon? 

If you guys want I will make a pdf of the article and upload it.

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