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Ultimate Madness II
April 5-7, 2002
Huntington, WV

Technical Photo Gallery
Photography by Bill Mills - WARPIG.com


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Rudy Cocker, a low pressure Autococker clone which operates at about 150 psi
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Instead of a pneumatics block, the pneumatics are connected straight into the receiver, and the LPR is mounted vertically
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Pneumatics mounting detail
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Worr Games Products
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Kenny goes nuts in the WGP booth
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WGP's new Oracle Autococker
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Morgan Awards, trophy supplier to the paintball industry
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Splatterpark paintball park
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The Kingman/raven crew
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Raven's Nuvis-1 goggles
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Raven jerseys
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Raven sponsored team Bad Company captain Tommy Cole oversees his sponsor's booth
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Custom Products of Arizona
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The latest 3D version of CP's now famous flame drop forwards
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Keely Watson chills in the Extreme Rage booth
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Extreme Rage's new accessory line - Omega
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Extreme Rage 45 wraparound grips
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Poopy's got a brand new bag
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Shocktech - Thanks Mark and Dave for keeping an eye on our gear!
 
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Shocktech's new roller sear for the Autococker - hardened steel lug is complimented by replaceable sealed bearings

 


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