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SoCal Stock at Jungle Island for Brent’s Going Away Game July 2017

Benji and I recorded this video at the SoCal Stock game for Brent Cooper’s going away, on the 1st of July, 2017. SoCal Stock was also joined by Sonny’s special guest, Bud Orr, of Worr Game Products.

I didn’t have my good lavalier microphone so some of the audio is really bad but the action makes up for it. I recorded a small video with Bud but it will need some stabilizing done so no ETA on it.

For this game our group played a mix of stick feed, horizontal stock class, and some open class pump and there were even a couple mechanical and electros mixed into the group (shooting slowly). 

Join SoCal Stock for our next game at Fields of Fire on July 29th, 2017! The game is 12 grams and you can find Fields of Fire at https://www.facebook.com/FOFPAINTBALL/

And again, thanks to Benji at https://www.instagram.com/bigbthebenji/ for recording extra footage!

And find more Socal stock videos at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJC7papTosfXq_FUQKBvZDNGL87K5X88t

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