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04 February 2008 - 06:32 PMwhat kind of hopper you using?? had the same problem with a cheap electronic agitating Viewloader hopper I used a few years ago...
02 February 2008 - 05:26 PMUsually just hang mine in the shower and hose it off also... stuborn stains could be washed by hand using some mild dishwashing detergent... just use a wash cloth with some dish-soap on it... never had a problem doing that...
Hope that helps...
edit - doh.... silly dial-up connection... didn't show Pillers' post until after I replied... what Piller said...
02 February 2008 - 07:00 AMSo does anyone have any ideas of how I could run remote without a tank pouch?
Have the same vest... any way you can fit your CO2 tank in-between the pod holders?? I only run with the standard 4 pod pouches that the vest came with, leaving the center area open with a velcro area to fit a Tank pouch if you had one... can you fit the 12 oz tank in there...?? maybe slap a little of the "handy mans helper" (aka duct tape) on to hold it??
14 December 2007 - 07:49 AMThanks for the info Dave... not too far behind you in age... LOL... 40 (41 in Jan.) here... schedule is usually pretty open so will have to look into hookin' up with you folks and slinging some paint and possibly helping out with the construction of the field...
Well, supposed to be job huntin' online so better actually get TO that... type atcha later and will most likely send you out a PM or an email to get better contact info from ya...
04 December 2007 - 12:22 PMNot that I'm an expert on keeping your team together... just moved out of state and looking for a new team myself... LOL...
Anywho... sounds like you have at least 3 members (you included) that are fairly serious about playing all the time?? If so... build on those 3 to start, concentrate on small group tactics with the other 2...
As said above, hit some of the local fields if you can and make more contacts while doing so, eventually, you'll get more members that will stick with the sport and be as serious about playing/trainging as you 3 sound to be...
Take your time and stick to it, you'll get the solid team members with time and patience (sp?).
Good luck and happy 'balling...