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If you call the pro shop chances are good you'll talk to Bill.

When he's not in the shop, you'll find Bill on the field.

Bill Mills waiting for a target.

Bill Mills and Matt "Shives" Shively.

Milling about in the staging area.

The fill station.

"I'm gone!"

Boosting air pressure with the Genesis.

Greg Schloss spraying the paint.

Total Grief players running out of the gate.

Total Grief's stock class Phantoms match their purple jerseys.

Tim Scloss addresses the crowd.

The stock class players.

Some players picked up some deals in used paintguns at the field, like this pristine KP1.

The faces behind Xtreme Paintball.

No sloppy operation here, Xtreme Paintball has neatly manicured gardens around the staging area.

Moving quick on the Speedball field.

Pushing through the woods.

Player tags identified red and blue teams.

Even Total Grief's loaders match.

Charging the hill.

The primary tournament field at Xtreme Paintball features gentle hills mowed grass, and heavy wood bunkers.

The field office has three windows for paint, gear rentals, snacks and soda.

Rounding a speedball bunker.

Matt Shives with his nearly stock class NelSpot.

Simon Cole laying out the paint with his Angel.

After the big game, Tim awarded a few prizes including Scott Bucks, to players the refs noticed exhibiting exceptional sportsmanship.

Tim playing stock class.

The new Black Ice Unireg from Air America.
 


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