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Ralph Torrel with his quest for the most expensive paintgun ever built - a very custom double barrel Typhoon from Palmers
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Ralph's custom stock feed Desert Duck 
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Simon Stevens doing some gun teching
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Jerry Braun selling paint at the paint truck
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Craig the super-ref
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Players get ready
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Red Team generals, Bill and Dawn Mills
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Blue Team generals Red Hastings and Graham Easton
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Red gets ready
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Rocky Cagnoni peeks over the fence to see what's going on
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Bringing back this missle was worth 25 points
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Bob from Can Con
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Doc talks to his pilot
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Rocky gets a paintball stuck in his nose when he takes a nap at lunch
 


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