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April 16th, 2013 - St. Paul, Oregon

For the first time ever, paintball team Moongobbie Brothers is introducing a Sniper Challenge to the SuperGame 45 event schedule. Spanning Friday, May 3rd and Saturday, May 4th, the event will test the ability of participants to hit targets ranging from 15 to 70 yards with .68 caliber pump marker or First Strike paintball rounds.

In addition to expanding the game play format of the SuperGame, the Sniper Challenge event is also a charitable event. Entry fees are $12 for participants shooting .68 caliber pump markers, and $15 for First Strike compatible markers with $10 of each entry being donated to a local non-profit.

The SuperGame event is well known for its support of local causes. The SuperGame raffle has been a historically key fundraiser during the event. With over $20,000 in prizes, proceeds from the main SuperGame 45 raffle will be donated to the Bob Gurnsey Scholarship Award and Teen Challenge Pacific Northwest. Other raffles being held over the course of the weekend will raise funds for a family in need and Fisher House, a home dedicated to the recovery of wounded veterans.

To learn more about the SuperGame series, please contact:

Dan Bonebrake or


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