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Youngblood – Paintcheck Hall of Fame – May 1990

Great write up from the Paintcheck May 1990 Hall of Fame Section on on Dave “Youngblood” DeHaan paired with a fantastic glamor shot of Youngblood and his gigantic Carter Machine Comp barrel setup (entire article embedded below).

Top crop of Paintcheck May 1990 articles on Dave Youngblood DeHaan, from the 1990 Paintcheck Hall of Fame issue.
Top crop of Paintcheck May 1990 articles on Dave Youngblood DeHaan, from the 1990 Paintcheck Hall of Fame issue.

The article also mentions of Youngblood’s first team, Havoc which he played on with Jay “The Buzzard” Jackson, and GBD member, Joe Comstock. Anyone know any other Havoc players?

Youngblood description of his playful outlook on the game is actually pretty inspirational and he doesn’t hide his flashy playing style.

Paintcheck May 1990 Hall of Fame article on Dave Youngblood DeHaan.
Paintcheck May 1990 Hall of Fame article on Dave Youngblood DeHaan.

On a related note, does anyone have a copy of the May 1992 issue of Paintcheck? I somehow am missing the entire year of Paintcheck 1992 along with May 1992, “Hall Of Fame” issue which features Paintball Hill as the field of the year.
If anyone does, a scan would be great or I can offer website credit for that issue.

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