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las vegas
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  1. In Topic: spec ops brigade, old site

    04 January 2014 - 10:09 PM

    them times are a changin.....looking forward to seeing someone set up a program that would get us all back on track...
  2. In Topic: Field building guide.

    10 May 2009 - 10:03 AM

    View PostJavaman72, on May 9 2009, 08:11 AM, said:

    View Postjoepain, on May 7 2009, 12:05 AM, said:

    View PostJavaman72, on May 5 2009, 01:12 PM, said:

    Anyone have any information or ideas on how to build the flag stations? I think I read somewhere to use PVC Pipe, a couple of eye bolts for the top and bottom, tie nylon or rope through eye bolts, and attach flags to the rope does that sound right?


    how we have done them on our fields and for sppl ....is the same type flag stations that are pretty much right on the money...we used 6 to 8 ft 1.5 pvc post {these were then placedd onto a stake about 3-4 ft high}...did the eyebolt anchore as you said...cap'd the tops...made one flag red , the other yellow..[made out of old banner material,that i used grommets on {top and bottom,on one side of the flags} tied the top of one ,passed the line through the eyebolts,and attached the same line to the bottom of the other flag...then connected the top of the second to the bottom of the frist...this way ..when you pull a line down ,that teams color will rise...be perpared for maintance...they get beat up from all the yanking on them.....


    By any chance can you post some pics to get a better visual? About the stakes and the other items!
    Thanks in advance...


    srry to say i dont have any pics...of the finished version...try looking at the sppl pics...see if theres a pic of a player going for the flag....or see if jayson neilsen has any...hes the main man at the sppl...gool...the time you put into these will be worth it....jp
  3. In Topic: Field building guide.

    06 May 2009 - 10:05 PM

    View PostJavaman72, on May 5 2009, 01:12 PM, said:

    Anyone have any information or ideas on how to build the flag stations? I think I read somewhere to use PVC Pipe, a couple of eye bolts for the top and bottom, tie nylon or rope through eye bolts, and attach flags to the rope does that sound right?


    how we have done them on our fields and for sppl ....is the same type flag stations that are pretty much right on the money...we used 6 to 8 ft 1.5 pvc post {these were then placedd onto a stake about 3-4 ft high}...did the eyebolt anchore as you said...cap'd the tops...made one flag red , the other yellow..[made out of old banner material,that i used grommets on {top and bottom,on one side of the flags} tied the top of one ,passed the line through the eyebolts,and attached the same line to the bottom of the other flag...then connected the top of the second to the bottom of the frist...this way ..when you pull a line down ,that teams color will rise...be perpared for maintance...they get beat up from all the yanking on them.....
  4. In Topic: Rating President Obama after 100 Days

    05 May 2009 - 11:12 AM

    B+
  5. In Topic: Field building guide.

    05 May 2009 - 09:25 AM

    KUDO'S TO THOSE WHO PUT THIS ALL TOGETHER.....

    in the past few years myself and teammates have to created a few diffrent fields [outlaw,to SPPL] in order to have the types of games /players ....over all...the info you all have gathered is really a complete guild to doing just that ...really well done all...just remember to plan the work...then work the plan....organize everything from field size to choke points where players are forced to fight it out...just having random placed "bunkers" isnt really enuff ...if the kind of players you gunning against are mostly seasoned vets...this kind of player will want more in a field....but then again thats all depending on the groups of folks you want go up against really...anyway just a thought about who the "target market" is when creating a field...thanks for putting this thread together...jp

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