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M3 Paintball Products Acquired
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M3 Paintball Products, Inc., a Mobile, Alabama based corporation, was acquired by a Taiwan based company called Dragun Empire International, effective July 1, 2003. Former M3 VP George Spurlock had this to say: “On behalf of the entire M3 family, I would like to thank all of
our dealers and customers for your loyal support of us during the past 18 months since our inception. It has always been our goal to bring quality products to you at the best possible price. I think for the most part we have done that. It has also been a pleasure meeting each of
you at the tournaments and scenario games across the country. Each of us faces transitions in life. For us, one phase ends and another begins.”

Dragun International has contracted One Group International, Inc.(OGI) as the worldwide exclusive marketing and distribution company for their product line(s). Dragun International will have a presence in the paintball industry, and will be known simply as “DRAGUN”. DRAGUN will continue to offer some of the markers from the M3 line, as well as adding several new markers and accessories to the overall package. Spurlock also added: “The transition for the dealer should be smooth and prompt, as many of the M3 staff will be joining the OGI staff. All M3 dealers should be contacted in the next few weeks about the products and services
available. Also, DRAGUN has agreed to honor all M3 product warranties.” The new contact information will be passed on as soon as it is made available.

 


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