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PSP Paintball World Cup 2008


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Proto softgoods 

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PMR and SLG 

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Proto Matrix Rail - PMR 

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Proto SLG 

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The new DYE Rotor loader 

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Inside the rotor counter-rotating parts sweep paint into the neck in their center 

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DM9 - with self-cleaning eyes 

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DYE Soft Goods 

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The i4 - an even tighter profile than before with soft ear protection and a lens that can be changed out in seconds 

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Infamous signing autographs 

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Angel Paintball Sports softgoods 

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G7 Fly 

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Cobra G7 Fly 

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Matt Stewart won a Luxe by removing its bolt, valve and ball detents / eye covers, and taking the valve apart in 3.48 seconds 


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