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Paintball Sam's Charity Big Game
Toys for Tots Photo Gallery
Photos by Dawn Mills
 
 

The Red base has just been overrun by the Blue's led by Bob Long.

Marty Tripes of Scott USA and friend, Ben 'Radar' Post.

Bill Mills on the hillside during the end of the day skirmish with the celebs vs. the masses!

During the big skirmish two well known players needed to have a little more cover - so they moved a bunker!  They saw me with the camera and promptly hid...don't worry guys, I won't tell who you are.

Cockers were prominent on the field.

The crowd during the safety speech.

...more crowd

The raffle was incredible - so many goodies to win.

DYE factory team player - a cool guy.

The Red team General - Ben Radar Post - and his trusty?? companions!

During the raffle things occasionally just take flight - like this Scott hat that everyone wanted!

Jamie did the safety speech and basic rules presentation before the game.

These kids came out of the game and had a good time.

A raffle to win a gun??  Industry support is great for this event - this guy was very happy that Air Gun Designs was a sponsor.

Marty Tripes from Scott USA - the events' main sponsor.

Marty is generally the General for one of the teams in this game - but he passed the honor on to Radar this year.

Patrick, Felix and Todd with their Milleniums - a happy team.

Robert Moon - the man behind the success.

Thanks to Oh for making the event happen.

Couple from Reedley - come to support Toys for Tots

Another hard worker at the event - and all year long - Scott Bowler.

And for those not playing - plenty of sunshine and great weather.

Tim Seaton - holds the hill during a big push.

All the hard work and dedication pays off when you collect this much fun and cheer for children!

A Viper M1 on the field.

These guys came from Yuba City.

Some folks brought their dogs - this puppy - Zeus or Thor - was expecially sweet.
 


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