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PSP/NPPL World Cup 2002
October 18-27, 2002
Kissimmee, FL
Trade Show Gallery 1

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Ironmen Intimidator detail.
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Feed neck with locking collet.
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Ground Zero Intimidator.
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Self-resetting Paintball Targets carried by NPS
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LED electronic trigger frame for the Rebbel series paintguns.
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Rebel Electronic frame with LCD.
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Electronic Rebel.
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Electronic Rebel.
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Tippmann Pneumatics
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Tippmann's trailer includes a trohpy case - this 1st place was earned by Tippmann Effect at the 2002 Chicago NPPL.
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TC paintballs providing paint on site at $30 a case.
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Procaps, manufacturers of DraXxus paint.  Note the X-Ball scoreboard at the end of the truck.
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New Electronic Blowback paintguns from Game Face
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Mechanical blowbacks
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Also from Game Face, disposable 4 ounce CO2 cartridges with adapters.
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DraXxus clothing.
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X-Ball Jerseys
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DraXxus paints.

 
 

 


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