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NPPL LA Open 2002
March 6-10, 2002
Corona, CA

Technical Gallery
Photography by Bill Mills - WARPIG.com


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DYE's truck and tent
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Inside the DYE tent - the full DYE Precision line
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Ryan Williams of Aftershock with Shock's new Shockteck 'cockers
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Shocktech now does full CNC milling like this relief logo in house on their new equipment
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New spacer from Ricochet allows one size loader to fit large and small feed necks without sanding
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The Ricochet spacer unfolded
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Jeff Orr doing tech work in the WGP booth
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WGP's product displays
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The new Oracle Autococker - new pneumatics, milling and adjustable two finger trigger
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Oracle pneumatics block
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WGP's "tickler" pneumatics regulator - fully adjustable and SMALL
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The Orr racing boat
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Event shirts
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Extreme Enterprises booth
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System X transparent Angel Accessories
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One of Smart Parts' two new display trailers
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Freak fans rejoice.  All Smart Parts barrels now feature freak compatible threading.  Now you can put All American, Big Daddy, etc. fronts on your Freak backs.
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Also new is the stainless steel Freak back


 

 


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