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"Well...Shall We?"
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53 years old
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September 27, 1960
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Bucks County, PA

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  1. In Topic: How do you guys shoot without a scope

    19 July 2014 - 12:43 PM

    Red dots work pretty well...magnification for the distances a paintball travels is not that useful...magnification is good if you do a lot of recon. There are a few ghost ring type iron sights out there that work well, too.
  2. In Topic: Alright snipers!

    19 July 2014 - 12:37 PM

    View PostThe Ghost, on 08 July 2014 - 12:46 PM, said:

    I have a full suit and snagging does suck sometimes but the glass is half full if it snags sometimes it will pick up natural vegetation as you go and that can also help to conceal you. Or before a game I role around on the ground and get stuff sticking to me :-)



    Dragging a ghillie is a great way of "seasoning" it.
  3. In Topic: We are SpecOps

    05 August 2013 - 04:51 PM

    Still here on occasion...
  4. In Topic: IS ANYONE STILL ON THIS WEBSITE!?!?!?!?!

    11 June 2013 - 09:43 PM

    Alive and well here in PA...
  5. In Topic: The Shooter's Thread!

    27 December 2012 - 06:47 AM

    I'm against any kind of ban, but we really need current and prospective gun owners to regularly demonstrate competence (physical and mental exam, training), responsibility (registration, change of ownership, annual certification), and accountability (liability for accidents, deaths, and/or injury involving gun use or misuse) dependent upon gun type, RPM, number of guns, persons in the household, proximity to schools, hospitals, businesses, etc. The best way for us to preserve our right to bear arms is to DEMONSTRATE we are competent, responsible, and accountable for our guns. There are many among us who take the responsibility of gun ownership and transfer of ownership too lightly, and these people are the same individuals allowing guns to fall into the wrong hands, which makes them the greatest threat to the right to bear arms, not the friends and families mourning the loss of loved ones.

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    Satan Von Chaos 

    05 Dec 2008 - 15:58
    Hey Warpaint, that quote that you have at the end of your posts. "all that is required" By Edmund Burke, that's pretty much the motto of the Guardian Angels. One of my favorite quotes to boot.
    Chat with you later.
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    Guest 

    24 Oct 2007 - 21:07
    Sometimes we dont always see eye to eye, but I always respect you and am always eager to read your posts!
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