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About Me

I have been playing paintball since 1990. I started out in woodsball playing outlaw with my Uncles and their friends using Sheridans, PGPs and Palmer Guns. My first marker was a VM68 followed shortly by a Brass Eagle Rainmaker, both of which have been unfortunately lost in storage somewhere. After a poor run-in with a company called Armotech/Warsensor, I exclusively use electros and reliable mechanical markers made from companies who place quality and customer service above all else. Late 1999 is when I started getting into speedball, shortly followed by Hyperball and Airball -- or just speedball for general purposes. I'm a big fan of Big Games and in the early 2000s I have attended the majority of So Cal big games including TAW production games and Shatner Ball. I have only once attended an out-of-state game which was Oklahoma D-Day. So far, nothing has topped D-Day in terms of physical/mental exhaustion, sheer adrenaline rush and excitement for the game of paintball. I have only once played in an offical tournament back in 2005 when I played Semi-Pro in the Open Division and the OSC (Old School Challenge) @ NPPL Huntington Beach 2005.

I'm from Gardena, California, United States -- born and raised. I work in construction and I'm a member of Local Union 105 Sheet Metal Workers. I live by the term "Made in America" and I support all US-based paintball companies who both manufacture AND sell their products here in the United States. I also support Paintball Gateway, ANSGear.com and I&I Sports as they are my local stores for anything paintball. My home fields are SC Village

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  • Member Title Lord of the Western Lands
  • Age 33 years old
  • Birthday November 30, 1983
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  • Location
    Gardena, Ca
  • Interests
    Football, Paintball, industrial art and American History

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