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Sudden Death Team Photo – APG 8/1988

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Here is a team picture of Sudden Death from the August 1988 issue of APG.

Does anyone have a Sudden Death patch they would either want to sell, trade or just provide me a picture of? 

Aside from seeing this patch stitched onto the shoulders of a few players on covers of APG I have never actually seen a recent example.

Any of these guys still playing?  Youngblood is top left.

Update: after talking with Joe Comstock, founding member of Havok, I learned that Ron and Tony Verbeek pictured were the creators of the VerbeekOlater pump gun.

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