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Old 10-29-2012, 07:01 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Classic paintball mags 85'-2001

Just cracked out my cache of very rare Mint 85'-2001 paintball Mags of yesteryear. The Covers, Ads, Guns, Eye Protection ( Like AO Shop Goggles we first used, no face mask) and Tech discussions are priceless. Thinking about making a digital record of all this material so players can share this paintball historical record. A few cover for your enjoyment!
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Very cool, I'd like to read through them!
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Old 11-01-2012, 04:27 PM   #3 (permalink)
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i like how even back then they were writing about the scourge of nitrogen... that's funny.
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I have the entire 1990 APD issues and APG's 3rd and 4th magazines ever issued in 1987. It's great to read the old tourny's posted "15 man tourny, CO2 only, no constant air". Also the "wiping" problems back then. I'll try to scan and post some pics
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how huge is that freakin' tank!?
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i like how even back then they were writing about the scourge of nitrogen... that's funny.
It wasn't hard to see it coming. Co2 was a natural ROF limiter.

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how huge is that freakin' tank!?
We used some a lot bigger than that one!
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I'd love to read about the Wacky weekend in Modesto. I wanna know what paintball was like and where it was played in my hometown back in the day
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Old 01-17-2013, 09:02 AM   #9 (permalink)
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if we were to make a digital archive in .pdf form for MCB folks, what kind of copy right trouble would we get in?

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Old 01-20-2013, 08:59 AM   #10 (permalink)
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how huge is that freakin' tank!?
As he said, we had much bigger tanks back then. I used to have a 110 CI 3000psi tank on my mag, It had a benchmark off set cradle drop, then I had two, yes TWO of the SP 1" down 4" forward drops. 3 drop forwards on a tank, and it still shouldered perfectly haha. Really wish I had pictures of that.
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