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Swarm, Sparky and his Combat Connections’ Swarm Gun c.1989?

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Here are a quick photoshop image I made relating to Swarm out of Illinois. Swarm used Combat Connection Sheridans and then moved to Automags (as an AGD factory team) in the summer of 1990 (prerelease).

Top left:APG April 1991 scan of Swarm Patch and ring.

Top right: APG May 1995 scan of Sparky who played on Swarm and worked at both AGD and Air America.

Center: Swarm patch I received from Tim Schloss of Tiger Stripe. Tim sponsored Swarm with Tiger Stripe Products.

Bottom (left and right): Sparky’s Combat Connections Swarm Gun. Has his name cut into the site (not visible in pics though). Hardline and stainless line were for keeping liquid out of the gun since they ran these early guns with Rat Attacks in tournaments that didn’t allow constant air.

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