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So Cal Stock at Combat Paintball Park – January 14, 2017

On January 14th, Sonny “Fearless Leader” Phommarine hosted So Cal Stock‘s modified stock game at Combat Paintball Park in Castaic, California.

In the recent months, CPP has been sold to Critical paintball and changed it’s name from California Paintball Park to Combat Paintball Park. This sale means the park is no longer affiliated with Giant Sports.

Super Stock and Flex covered in paint at CPP, January 14th, 2017.
Super Stock and Flex covered in paint at CPP, January 14th, 2017.

I haven’t played at CPP in the last year but have always enjoyed their fields. I’m not sure if there have been any significant field renovations, but I have heard there will be an air ball field coming to Combat Paintball Park in the upcoming months.

We had a great showing from our group, with likely over 50 players. Sonny also presented his annual So Cal Stock awards to the dedicated players in our group.

Join us next time if your in Southern California at https://www.facebook.com/socalstockgroup
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