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Mardi Gras Open 2004
Feb 12-15, 2004

Photography by Dawn Mills

Trade Show


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 NXL trophies at the DraXxus booth
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V-Balls from Gen E
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Hook and loop balls for indoor target shooting.
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Toxic paintguns
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It's a breath mint - It's a nubbin - well it's just a nubbin.  Matrix Ball detents from Generation E.
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The new Toxic 03 Shocker raw milled body.
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Worr Games Products
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Bud Orr in a poster signing session.
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The 2004 Autococker
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Bud with his posters
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WGP's latest high end - the Karnivore (is there a theme with K names?)  Lots of milling for a light body.
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Exhaust valves on the ram, a new manifold for the solenoid valve, hardline protection for wiring...
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And a whole new backblock - new velocity adjuster - and no external cocking rod!
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Wide, two pronged trigger.
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Shocktech Tremor Autococker.
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Shocktech coffee drinking employee
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Shocktech gun display
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Shocktech Inimidator
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Shocktech SFL Autococker
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Paintball DVDs from Traumahead - the original national tournament video series.

 
 

 


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