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A Letter to KEE Action Sports The Future of Paintball Rate Topic: -----

#31 User is offline   I Am Oz 

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Posted 05 January 2010 - 06:12 PM

Talking with Bob, (Long) he didn't do as well as expected. The Victories sold, but overall, "it was no year-maker". It may have just been a case of the vendors ranting about the industry in general, ya know?

Cool - hope to be running with MPB (is that correct?) Militia, and the Ghost Recon fellas if they decide to come down. The Jujus have already decided to go German... we like bein' outnumbered.
Hope we can run into you either way.
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Posted 05 January 2010 - 07:25 PM

I think it was more the economy overall-D-Day itself was down in the mid-3000s (IIRC, final count was in the ballpark of 3200-3400 players). Plus, he didn't have anything really new to show that year, unlike the M-TAC from '08.

I'll be rolling with the Commonwealth for the third year, if you want come by for a drink (We've got plenty)-just look for the maroon shirts and the camp with more conex boxes then a shipping port. :blink:
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