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Texas Revolution Photo Gallery

Photos by Dawn Mills


Austin and his tank.

Hauling a barrel back to base.

Texans get ready at their base.

Terrorist leader Keith Hoppe bargains with Austin for tube keys.

Keith hands out the award to the most valuable referee.

Advancing on the city.

Having fun in the staging area.

After dinner play was kicked off with raffle for a couple of Tracer Units and Tracerball paintballs to go with them.

The Dogmen were a little excited when they learned their side had won.

Patric "Pacman" McKinnon with daughter Jamie "Jester", and fiance Diane "Mother" Howe.

Using smoke to cover a charge.

"Sprocket" blows a bunker with his LAW.

Players came from Louisiana and further to play.

The folks at Paintball Maxx stopped in at the field.

Cliff Herring put down the phone long enough for a photo.

Peace out.

BSG has some very unique bunkers, including this plane.

Some players were ready for the wet weather.

The creek that divides the BSG field is spanned by a number of bridges.

Like any major scenario game, Team Blitzkrieg was there.

Scenario games draw out well equipped players.

Sunday morning a lot of smoke grenades were used.

Players used the tank as a slow moving bunker.

Viper isn't just the game promoter, he gets in some time to play during the game.



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