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Visiting Glenn Palmer and PPS in July 1990, Paintcheck

Yesterday Tim @ Paintball Tek dot com and I visited Craig and Glenn Palmer at Palmers Pursuit Shop.

Glenn Palmer, scanned from the July 1990 issue of Paintcheck Magazine.
Glenn Palmer, scanned from the July 1990 issue of Paintcheck Magazine.

Glenn took the time to sit down with us and record some videos on Palmer’s Pursuit Shop’s early history. He talked about his first major modification, the Quicksilver 12 gram changer and the early evolution of their Sheridan modifications after that.

The attached photo is a crop from the July 1990 Paintcheck article on Glenn and Palmer’s Pursuit Shop.

You can find the entire scanned article below:

Paintcheck magazine article on palmer's pursuit shop.
Full article on Palmer’s Pursuit Shop printed in the July 1990 issue of Paintcheck Magazine.

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