Wow so he really got fed up enough to just leave the sport altogether. I would imagine you had to enjoy work like that at least a little to come up with such ideas and the time poured into each custom gun. I've seen a couple now that look similar to mine and I can see no less that hours of hard delicate work on them. ( and then there's the fact that the gun new was not cheap , and records I've found leads me to believe that the ol' Palmer persuit special custom job was kinda a 300$ and up kinda thing depending on how boss you wanted to be) and some of the custom guns hit close to a grand like some of the hurricane and typhoon nastys.... Wow that's all i can say.
So mr Debone left paintball and got some other job that would just pay the bills.? Would such a craftsman not miss the tinkering?