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Shore Patrol Patch, Top Gun Paintball, NJ

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Finishing up the Top Gun related articles, patches and guns this week. There are still a bunch of awesome patch pictures that Mike Galvin sent over that deserve to be seen.

Then we will be moving onto a batch of pictures, articles, scans and patches that Chuck Link has been gathering together relating to the Mid South Paintball Association (MSPA).

Tonight’s patch belongs to Top Gun Paintball Games’ home team, ”Shore Patrol!”
Any patch with a mean looking mascot catches my eye but this one is over the top and I am surprised I didn’t see it before I drew the more recent Mega Bass picture.

As Galvin wrote me, ”Notice the shark is wearing an ICS (Idema Combat Systems) vest and sporting a WGP Sniper w/ barrel plug!”

Mike played on Shore Patrol along with Fred Dorski, Mike Talarico and Rick Pullen.

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