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Dan Bonebrake Airsmithing Promotes Marker Technician
January 8, 2002

Salem, OREóPlanet Paintball, Inc./Dan Bonebrake Airsmithing has just promoted Adam Hanson, who has been with the company since its inception, to the position 
of lead marker technician.  

            Adam has been working in paintball since 1994, the same year he began playing rec ball.  His love of the sport developed simultaneously with the development of his skills as both a player and an airsmith.  In 1996 he began playing for Phantom Force Amateur.  Phantom Force Am competed in the Great Western Tournaments and the Northwest Tour, of which the team was overall champs in 1997.  1997 was also the year that Adam became Bonebrakeís first 
airsmith.  He later helped develop the modifications for the first Dan Bonebrake Signature Series Autococker. 

            Adam took a break from tournament ball to focus on college and work.  While attending college, Adam invented the original Dan Bonebrake Airsmithing LED Angel modification.  Adam has always enjoyed working with paintball markers, and has become proficient in technical work on Autocockers, Angels, Intimidators, Impulses, Bushmasters, F-4 Illustrators, Phantoms; the list goes on and on.  Adam was recently certified with Indian Creek Designs and this has further proven what he has shown time and time again: that he can fix virtually any marker that is put in front of him.

            Adamís skills are perfect for Dan Bonebrake Airsmithing, which is a company devoted to innovating new performance paintball products while working to improve and/or repair any existing marker.   

           To learn more about Dan Bonebrake Airsmithing products and services, call (888) 370-8749 or (503) 370-8749 or visit

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