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Posted January 08. 2018 2:09PM

Air gun eye injuries rise 169% among kids, study finds

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Paintball's profile has risen in 30 years from its beginnings in Henniker. (WALLPAPER.COM)

He removed his goggles for just a moment, to wipe away the colorful paint splattered across them, and then his life changed forever.
At that moment, the 12-year-old boy, who would become Dr. Douglas Fredrick's youngest patient with an air-gun-related eye injury, was hit in the face a second time while playing at a
paintball range in New Hampshire, Fredrick said.