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Stolen Paintgun Alert

The following paintguns were stolen from team Thunderstruck, while they were on field at the 1998 World Cup, and thus may re-surface elsewhere in Florida, or other parts of the country or world.  As these paintguns may be parted or stripped, the serial numbers are key for identification.

AKALMP, one of Thunderstruck's sponsors is offering a reward of a low pressure Autococker or Angel kit for the safe return of this equipment.  AKALMP may be contacted at (317)-631-7200.
 
 

1 Angel serial #2153   Black with polished vertical mount.  Had an Air America Black Ice reg on it.... A gauge on the vertical mount.  It had prototype AKA low pressure parts in it...

1 Angel #933 Black  with polished vertical mount.  Wargames reg on it....  It had prototype AKA low pressure parts on it.... Trigger guard was cut off  and it had a chrome trigger shoe on it...

1 Angel #1182 totally stock with AKA lightning bolt.

1 minicocker all polished dye 45 grip frame, black Ice reg on it. AKA low pressure set     up.  milled body. Half the Serial #  is partly there, the rest was milled/polished off....

1 minicocker #786 standard upgrades, no milling, no anadizing, no polish.  Had an  Air Amercia unireg on it..

3 Air America 114 ci raptor tanks.

If you can post this information and let
the locals know about it we would
appreciate it..
Thanks very much......


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