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#61 User is offline   SoldierzHonor 

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Posted 11 June 2005 - 02:41 PM

I try :)

A commander will command!
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"Peace is that glorious moment in history when everyone stops to reload"
"The true soldier fights not because he hates what is in front of him, but because he loves what is behind him"
If your gonna die, die with HONOR
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Posted 11 June 2005 - 02:51 PM

Its nice to see the big guns "fight til their exhausted, then fight some more." instead of just staying back and shooting when they feel like it :)
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Posted 11 June 2005 - 04:28 PM

My name's Doug, I'm 26 as of May 21st, I have been playing since April. Like so many of you I am straight addicted to Paintball, I play the Sabre position, Sometimes I try the dagger position when nobody wants to move up, but thats expected when you're a Sabre. I own an A-5 with a J&J 14", A-5/A-2 foregrip w/ bottomline, T6 collapsible stock, RT, Doubel trigger, Java Remote line, IMP red dot reflex sight, and it runs on CO2.
I believe in playing fair and all that stuff. I like playing big games with alot of people, But I'll play 1 on 1 if needed. I'm working on posting my pics soon.
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Posted 11 June 2005 - 06:47 PM

Greetings from Minnesota!

I'm Gary-I also go by G, and MSgt. Gray/partisancommander.
My first marker was a NSG Splatmaster. I have mostly played 'Outlaw' at various locations in S.E. MN. Just got active after a couple years off-kids and all. A couple of buddies and I started the MN PARTISANS PAINTBALL GROUP in Feb. Eleven members so far! We are an Irregular Lt. Infantry Squad, or Guerrillas if you prefer. Looking forward to getting together with other area teams to scrimmage and what-not. Also hoping this 'Alliance' of MN teams can get it together for next season. Oh, and my favorite color is green.

SpecOPS ROCKS! :ph34r:

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Posted 12 June 2005 - 12:10 PM

p.s. forgot personal info lol, Im a member of the paintball geezer squad. Age 33. Been playing for 5 years now. Long walks on the beach, shaken not stirred, and boxers...not briefs. What I forget?
"Peace is that glorious moment in history when everyone stops to reload"
"The true soldier fights not because he hates what is in front of him, but because he loves what is behind him"
If your gonna die, die with HONOR
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Posted 10 July 2005 - 10:35 AM

Howdy, my handle is Ponytail, been playing since 1998, started out with the Texas A&M University Paintball club. I've been a Mil-Sim paintballer since I started, and am afflicted with a sick desire to cut apart and modify every piece of paintball equipment I own.

I'm based in Northwest Arkansas right now, and trying to put together a team. Based on my past experience playing, I'd say I'm a Sabre, but if I get this team together I might have to step in to Commander.

I'd have to say I'm real big on honor in paintball. When I was playing in school we'd routinely paintcheck each other, even when playing against each other. I currently have a small private field I created on one acre ( I call it a "speedbush" field ), that I train my friends on how to play.

My gear consists of a Stingray II, that no longer resembles it's original gun, and I'm hoping to upgrade to an A-5 if the wife will allow a big purchase.

See you on the field!
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Posted 11 July 2005 - 02:56 PM

yo im run fast boy. Thats wat my friends tell me be4 games. so i do and i go fast (100 yard dash-7-1/2 seconds) so i get where im goin and put a shot on target. and it misses. sometimes. i really play pretty good woodsball, and i play fast dagger.
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Posted 12 July 2005 - 01:30 PM

Yeah Death Noise Please tell me where you live I haven't been able to find dunkeroos in forever.
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Posted 12 July 2005 - 01:32 PM

Oh yeah name's Sascwatch (I know it is spelled wrong), I live in the woods, you will never find me, you might think you have, but you haven't.
You can smell me, track me, and even imagine me, but you will never see me or kill me!
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Posted 14 July 2005 - 06:59 AM

Not to new here but here it goes.

Shawn is the name, and I am 28. I have been playing since the fall of 04. I am a SAR swimmer in the Navy, so I am gone a lot. When I am home I am posting games on the game finder about every other week. I start a team called Cobra Squad. We have 8 people on it right now and are always looking for more. We will be going to our first scenario when I get back at the end of summer this year. We will play against anyone who wants to play and normally take the first timers on our own team to show them what it is like when you play with people that are some what orginized. I have mannaged to get most of the teens in the neighbourhood into paintball. After I talk to thier parents they are more than willing to let them come out and play and then they are hooked. I would rather them to be out there playing than in a friends house dinking or doing drugs or coming up with other ways to get into trouble.
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Posted 25 July 2005 - 10:57 PM

Hello,

My name is Ray "Valkyrie" Coombs. Also frequently called Val (or FusionValkyrie (Xbox Live GT)). I am 16 and have been playin about 6 months. I live in Nashville, TN (country music will be the death of me i swear to god), and i am looking for woodsball players in that general area. I currently shoot a Spyder Fenix, but im about to purchase an A-5 with all the extras. I like woodsball and speedball. I love how fast speedball moves, but i like the enviroment of woodsball and the scenario play of it as well.
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Posted 09 August 2005 - 12:16 AM

Hi everybody.

My real name is Darrin, and I hail from Henderson, NV (that's about 10 mins from the Las Vegas strip). I grew up in an Air Force family. I've lived in California, Nevada, South Dakota, Okinawa, Japan, and Texas. I am 20 years old and have been a casual-to-serious player for about 4 years now.

I got into Woodsball early, since the first field I played at was a Woodsball field with 3 seperate areas. It was called Field of Honor, in Wichita Falls, Texas. Great field, best I've found to date. Rental guns were Tippmann Carbines, but they seemed to chop alot, dunno why. Probably poorly maintained.
The owner of FoH lives out of a small home with no running water. He makes the majority of his income from the field. Most of it goes right back into the field. Surprisingly, he's not upset about how he lives. He says he loves the game, and it all pays off when he sees people enjoying themselves at a field he built and modified with his own hands. THAT is dedication.

My first personally owned marker was a Tippmann Custom Pro w/Realtree Camo. Nice gun, great reliability, but I wanted more. As I type this, I am waiting the arrival of a brand-spankin'-new Tippmann A-5, along with the SpecOps A-5A2 EZ Air-through kit. I love SpecOps, they have incredible products for decent prices. Plus, you get free stuff. How cool is that?
I own the Marauder Digi Camo set (top/bottom), and it's a great buy.

I, too, love the honor that Woodsball brings. Maybe not so much with some newbies, but the vast majority of people, from the guy with the remanufactured Spyder and cheap set of BDUs, to the Full-on custom-everything veteran, respect each other. We're here to have fun in longer games that require tactical skill and finesse, not charging at each other and wasting 1000+ rounds per game *coughspeedballcough*.

After all is said and done, if you can sit down and shoot the breeze and relax with the guy on the other team who just pegged you...THEN you have found a sport worth playing.

I love Woodsball, and I will play it as long as my body holds out.
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Posted 09 August 2005 - 05:43 AM

Hello, My name is Jeremy "Medicman" Clyde. I am 22 (23 in a month) years old and live where the Airforce tells me to <_< . Right now i am in sacramento,CA. I played my first game at age ten but didnt really get into it until about 16. My first gun was a spyder TL plus, then a got my cocker in 2000 (which i still have) my next gun was a 2002 LCD Angel (which I also still have), and then i moved on to the A-5 with an RT, FL, Remote, HPA, and a six postion CAR-15 stock. I play Sabre mostly. I have a flurry vest with a throat mic and a huge assortment of cammies. I didn't get into serious woodsball until about 01. I like all kinds of paintball but my heart belongs to the woods. As you might have figured out i am a medic in the airforce, I have been to Iraq twice (writing from Iraq right now), my favorite color is red and i have about eight players that love the game as much as I who are starting a team in NorCal. Thats about it for now. :blink:

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Posted 26 August 2005 - 01:37 PM

Hello Everyone,

My name is Nick "Copperdawg" Coppersmith and I am 19 years old. As you can tell by the name I am a US Marine and I am currently deployed over here in Iraq getting ready to head back home, Carroll County Maryland, in one week. I have been playing paintball on and off for about 8 years. My first time ever playing was when I was in boy scouts and ever since then I have absolutely been hooked. I have always loved shooter video games and paintball gave me the opportunity to actually take part real time in the action. From joining the Marine Corps, my tactics and way I think has greatly helped my paintball game. My friend showed me this website today and I have been sitting here with free time in Iraq drooling over it for the past few hours looking at all the look-a-like m4 paintball guns and wanting one, and reading up on the different positions and tactics posted on the site. My first gun I owned was a Spyder TL+, right now I currently own a ANS Autococker. I like playing both speedball and woodsball depends on my mood and what I want to do. But, it doesnt get better than a good game of woodsball, doing what Marines are known to do best, crawling, running and going crazy in the woods taking people out like its nothing (although now-a-days its desert urban environment). Be about another two weeks and ill be back home throwing on my Marine digital camies and going back to the field to get some more games in. Well I'm going to get going, look forward to see'ing you throughout the forums, and remember, shoot first ask questions later.

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Posted 26 August 2005 - 08:22 PM

Name:
Larry "Liquid" Plummer, age: 31, occupation: Engine Mechanic / MOC / Plans & Scheduler.

Position:
*Guy in back laying cover fire
*or, Guy in the back loudly yelling opposition positions, while laying cover fire.
*If on a team of newbs, the guy in middle trying to get people to move up.
*Willing to take a risk if it will help the team, or motivate the scaredies.
*Stay back at the base? Okay, whatever. I'll do my best to make sure you have a base to come home to.

General:
*The only actual organized team I have been on was NCIH in 1997 for the Shaggy Bros 3 man in OKC.
(Note: we were 3 guys that saw each other every weekend, but hardly knew each other and weren't
ready for tournament ball. No Chance In Hell was a very fitting name. We weren't last, but darn close.)
*I am a rec baller for life. I have no need to get worked up or bent out of shape if I get hit becuase it is
just a game that I have loved since my first game in 1992. Politics and arrogance aren't my bag.
*I haven't played as regularly as I used to, but I still try to keep as knowledgable on the game as possible
so that I don't feel like a goof when I do. When I do go, I occasionally end up helping Ref more than play.
*I have no problems sitting out a few rounds if it means I can help someone get into the game.

Important part:
*I'm never going to claim I am any better than anyone else. There is always someone better, and quite
frankly I play just for fun and aren't that good. I can sneak and survuve just fine, but I am too willing to jump
in and bail a co-player out if the heat gets put on and usually get eliminated for my efforts. I have to work
on that.

Goals:
*Find some guys interested in playing as a team. A group that plays together and works together and
isn't trying to turn the game into Speedball. People that enjoy their days, but also want to learn how to
work together efficiently. I've never had that, so it seems like a neat idea.

Dislikes:
*blatant, unwarranted bonus balling / overshooting
*Playing on after hit
*Needless arrogance
*Unjustified disrespect for other players simply becuase of equipment/mask/uniform/camo/etc.

Equipment:
*11 Year old Phantom DF w/ rear ASA
*11 year old Blade semi (not the BE Blade either)
*5 Year old BE Rainmaker (slightly modified)
*3 Year old PGI Mayhem
*New PB Superbolt
*Scott Vectra Mask

Summary:
*I am just a guy, that likes older guns and enjoying my day.

This post has been edited by Liquid Plummer: 26 August 2005 - 08:24 PM

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