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Welcome to WARPIG.com's
Hot Seat


The Hot SeatMeet players and members of the paintball industry as they take their spot in the hot seat, answering the questions put before them.  The Hot Seat started in 1995, with its first guest, Airgun Designs president Tom Kaye.  Some Hot Seat interviews are questions we've put together, some questions submitted by WARPIG.com readers, and some from live chat session interviews in PigChat.


Hot Seat Interviews:

Dave Zinkham
The NPPL's scrutineer talks about gun cheats,
trigger pulling robots, rule changes and
more.

Ralph Torrell
A member of paintball's oldest continually
operating paintball team, owner of one
of the world's most diverse paintgun collections, and
producer of scenario games talks about his collection
and the upcoming IAO Scenario game.

Ged Green
The Number one man at WDP
Talks about the Angel, poltics,
and the formation of Pure Promotions
to run the NPPL Super 7 Series

Oh "The Pro You Know" Pawlak
One of the best known and most
heavily sponsored paintball players
of the mid 1990s

Glenn Palmer
Custom Airsmith and owner
of Palmer's Pursuit Shop in a PigChat
live hotseat interview

Ken "Hollywood" Gilder
Infamous Paintball Reporter

Tom Kaye
President of Airgun Designs
The original Hot Seat interview from
1995







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