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Skeeter Gordy and Laser Dynamics

Skeeter Gordy and Laser Dynamics
 
Here is a short article scan from the May 1996 issue of APG on Skeeter Gordy and his mobile Laser engraving trailer written by Michael “Blue” Hanse of EMR. Gordy’s laser engraving business was “Laser Dynamics.”

I don’t know much about Skeeter other than he was also associated with Proline (Sergey of LAPCO Los Angeles Paintball Company. mentioned this to me).

A little research shows he and Forest Hatcher (PTP and Proline) developed the original Pro Connect in the mid 90s and various other Proline accessories (asas, cocker 45 frames, pre benchmark).

Shown in the top left corner is possibly Blue’s Mega Z which can be seen in the EMR museum. Heavily engraved over splash anodizing. Gordy also engraved other Zs including other team and Montneel Reg paintguns.

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