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SMG 60 Patch

This Tippmann smg-60 patch was likely an item sold by Command Post of out Florida in the late 80s (similar to a Nelspot 007 patch I posted several months back). 

SMG 60 patchI’m not sure where I found this patch and I haven’t seen too many other examples of this SMG 60 Patch but Mike and Lou (Gramps and Grizzly) had one on one of their two patch jackets. 

I edited this patch today as one of the pieces of media that will be added to a Tippmann SMG-60 promo tape I imported several years back and forgot about. That tape should go up on youtube tomorrow. 

After the SMG-60 video I am onto the following for this week:

•Gary Bennett’s Paintball Hill interview from Store Wars
•SOCAL Stock Class 10-12th 2013 game at Jungle 
•Danny Guardado’s and Gilbert Martinez’s SPEW interviews

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  1. Do you know where I can get an SMG-60 patch? My ex-wife took my paintball uniform which included all my patches (smg60, smg68, 68 special and Pro-Am). Any input you can give on how to find any of the above patches would be GREATLY appreciated!!! Thanks in advance!

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