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30 March 2013 - 10:39 PMi used to do 8" groups with my sighted in SIM-4.
sights and stocks do have much better results. no ropes required.
04 May 2011 - 07:09 PMI understand this is a necropost, but I've been gone for a while...
I have a '93 Jeep Cherokee Country 4WD in the shop, and I'm looking for something new. I'm strongly considering making the jeep into an APC, but I haven't figured out how I want to do it yet. Any thoughts?
Check with the fields and event producers in your area. Some places may not allow tanks built on the chassis of a road/highway vehicle. It depends on what their insurance says and if they use the GSRP (General Scenario Rules of Play) or not. If they use the GSRP then you will not be able to use the Jeep as anything built after Dec 1998 has to be built on the chassis of an off road vehicle such as a golf cart, gator, mule , etc.
the GSRP site is up for sale. there's a new sheriff in town.
Shrek has established some tank rules that are purported to be in the process of adoption across the nation. i believe they are posted on supergame.tv, at the moment.
most of the tanks in the PACNW are highway chassis vehicles.
04 May 2011 - 06:27 AMi posted what i have been working on for nearly 15 yrs at http://www.flashpointpaintball.org
03 May 2011 - 06:58 PMi'm to the point where i'm suggesting matt tracks for everything.
i've been noticing that armor does a lot of environmental damage to the fields they run on.
i will also suggest removing ALL the window glass and replacing it with netting. you won't be able to keep the glass clear anyway.
other than that, pop a hole in the top and call it a turret.
13 January 2010 - 07:32 PM
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