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Diablo International 
Amateur Open
Trade Show Photo Gallery
August 6 - 12, 2002
Pittsburgh, PA

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Toxic Performance
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Toxic Performance Impulses
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The Menace Flag Stand, used on all of the IAO fields
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The Race Gun electronic trigger frame for the Autococker
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Racegun's stylish new front block - a nicer looking option than the sheet metal guard for the solenoid valve
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New trigger from Race Gun
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Installed Race Gun conversion with the original guard
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Race Gun PC programming software ships on CD
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Paintball artist and civil war illustrator Ronn Stern
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The Sonic E-Racer, Sonic accessories from Mac Development on an Autococker with the RaceGun conversion
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The Sonic backblock - the bolt pin can go in the top or either side
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The Sonic Autococker kit, milled Worr Games body and Sonic accessories
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Mac Development compressed air systems
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James' brother Bourke's first trip to the US with Mac Development - Hi James!
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Blue Hanse from EMR paintball
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American Paintball Supply a new distributor selling to East Coast dealers
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Nitro Duck air systems and booster pumps
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JI Joe Outfitters' new swab pod cleans the inside and outside of a barrel at the same time.  Top pod is cutaway to see how it works
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Centerflag has teamed up with WGP to release Autocockers with the Uprising electronic trigger system preinstalled
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Centerflag techs hard at work

 


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