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Stolen Gun Alert

While attending the Chicago Open last weekend, one of my teammates had one of his guns stolen out of his hotel room.  We were staying at the Comfort Suites in Lansing, IL, and the gun was taken sometime during the day on Sunday, June 24, 2001.  The gun was a very rare, one-of-a-kind milled and anodized Bad Boyz Toyz vertical feed Autococker, s/n 42709.  I have attached a photo
of the gun to this e-mail, and as well the same picture can be found
at http://www.asylumpaintball.com/images/Guns/Flamer2.jpg. 
This gun has a lot of sentimental and monetary value attached to it,
and no questions will be asked if it is returned.  Your help with this is
greatly appreciated.

Neal Starr
Team Apparition
 
 
 
 

 


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