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Upcoming videos with Lori Wilcox, of Palmer’s Pursuit Shop

Just finished drafts of two videos interviews with Lori Wilcox of Palmers Pursuit Shop. Need to make a few corrections and then send them to Lori, Craig and Glenn to okay. They will hopefully be up by the end of this month.

Lori Wilcox's Tornado

One video is on Lori’s Tornado (nelson converted semi) and the other on an old Stroker her brother, Larry Sirus (Dogs of War) owns.

The amount of pictures, clips and scans I was able to use in Lori Wilcox’s Tornado video is pretty neat.  Going to be a pain going back and writing up articles on all these videos!

Here is another video testing my Tornado (probably most of you saw this already):

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Just finished drafts of two videos interviews with Lori Wilcox of Palmers Pursuit Shop. Need to make a few corrections…

Posted by Baccipaintball.com on Sunday, June 9, 2013



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