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Steel Flame Cancer Kill Box Patch from Derrick Obatake

Derrick Obatakes steelflame cancer killbox

Derrick Obatake of the Kamikaze Shooters, LA Hitmen and Steel Flame was a huge sponsor of the Itaintchemo event last weekend.
Alex had asked if Derrick could bring one of his Steel Flame "Killbox" patches to the event so he could purchase one. Besides a few which I believe were added to the raffle, Derrick had two there and gave Alex and I each one.

Derrick designed his ”Killbox” line, which besides the patches includes pendents, framed plates and other ”Killbox” accessories, as a way for someone battling with cancer themselves or in a loved one to express their strength over the disease. The Killbox area in these works is designed to actually be shot, therefore killing cancer.

Here is a youtube interview I found about Derrick’s Steel Flame line:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q40CTVVS7Uk

And here is the Steel Flame website:
http://www.steelflame.com/

In the next week or so I will post a few small accessories Obatake has designed for paintball. These include sheridan accessories and trigger shoes.

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Posted by Baccipaintball.com on Friday, December 14, 2012

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