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Team Havok patch from Joe Comstock

Joe Comstock designed this patch for mid to late 80s Paintball team Havok.
Joe Comstock designed this patch for mid to late 80s Paintball team Havok.

Team Havok out of Southern California – Wreck Havok patch c. 1987-88? Received this patch from Joe Comstock of Havok. Havok was the first team that Youngblood played on. Comstock also ran The field Tactics. Interviews with Joe will eventually be edited.

After Havok, Joe played with Sudden Death.

More artices with Joe Comstock at https://www.baccipaintball.com/oldnews/tag/joe-comstock/

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