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The Chicago 37th S.P.S. Heavy Gunner
Age:
45 years old
Birthday:
December 20, 1969
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Male Male
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Humboldt Park , Chicacgo
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Mtn Bikes, kayak's, REALLY STRONG COFFEE!!!Rock climbing, World domination, Mexican food, NIN, Steve Dahl, Survival Research labs, Beaver island-Michigan, Truck Driving, Carpentry-Finish/Trim/Framing, Drywall, Lighting-Production/Consultation/Special Event, Art of all types-Painting/Sculpture/Drawing...


Universal federation of contempt.

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  1. WTB A-5 W.A.S. or other egrip.

    01 August 2012 - 06:24 PM

    Anyone have one or two they want to sell?
  2. Art

    15 July 2012 - 09:52 AM

    http://bone37.deviantart.com/
  3. October 22&23 Zombie Horizon. 26hr, B.Y.O.P! at Realms of Ruin

    13 October 2011 - 08:37 PM

    Attached File  ZH500.jpg (126.05K)
    Number of downloads: 0
    Game Synopsis.
    Welcome to a generation born into a zombie apocalypse. Only few of the old timers remember when life was life and death was death. 30 years ago, the world was forever changed into a vast wasteland of disease when a virus struck the world at such an alarming rate that no one could have prepared for it. Some say it was a rare form of rabies mixed with mad cow disease, but no one really knows for sure. It didn’t take long for proposed cures to be obsolete as the virus began mutating each time it jumped to the next victim.

    Symptoms included bloodshot and blackened eyes, foaming of the mouth, respiratory blockage, vomiting, high fever, delusions, and violent behavior. Most notable is a tumor-like lump that begins to form on the neocortex and then begins to spread to other parts of the brain. The virus spreads through blood transfer contact and immediately starts to attack the nervous system. Fever and vomiting begin within 24 hours, followed by erratic behavior. Within 3 days the virus completely envelops the entire brain.

    Now, 30 years later, the struggle to survive is even greater. Food and supplies are all but gone. The undead are everywhere. You can’t stay in one place for too long or they’ll find you, so you have to keep moving, as well as avoiding gangs of survivors who will kill, steal, and enslave…or worse. It is now up to you. Will you help rebuild civilization, or side with those who attempt to destroy it? Either way, you’ll have to avoid being eaten.
  4. Zombie Horizon. 26hr, B.Y.O.P! Oct 23&24

    28 September 2011 - 09:01 PM

    Attached File  ZH500.jpg (126.05K)
    Number of downloads: 0
    Zombie Horizon
    Story line coming shortly!!!
    October 22-23rd 2011
    *Bring Your Own Paint* Pre-reg on or before October 14th and the entry fee is only $45, day of game walk-on entry is $55.
    Air $5 for the weekend. Draxxus Rec-Sport @ $55.00 per 2000 rnd case.
    We are anticipating 250-300 players for Zombie Horizon. The team generals will send out squads with mission order cards to complete those missions.
    Each team must complete a series of missions to score points. Awards will be given on Sunday for the winners.
    There will be concessions on site, and air fills of 3,000-4500 psi.
    Pre-Reg is handled by Realms of Ruin. Waivers are available atRealms of Ruin
    For more information: Email: rmason@realmsofruinpaintball.com
    Call: 815.478.3500
    Mail to: Skeleton Crew Entertainment 2452 Saddle Ridge Dr. Joliet, IL 60432
    Make checks payable to: Skeleton Crew Entertainment.
  5. Ported A-5 Flatline.

    30 August 2011 - 07:46 PM

    So a couple of years ago I decided to get my FL ported and see what happened...
    I had it done at a machine shop so there were no issues and it was done correctly.
    The holes are on the bottom of the front and they are pointed slightly to the side.

    Attached File  Ported FL 2.jpg (427.76K)
    Number of downloads: 5 Attached File  Ported FL 1.jpg (459.54K)
    Number of downloads: 6
    Attached File  Ported FL 3.jpg (198.99K)
    Number of downloads: 4

    So far I have noticed it may be somewhat quieter, still have some side by side tests to do.
    Recently I acquired another FL and have been thinking about porting it also. The question is, where should I port the new one?
    Obviously not the top of the barrel as this would surely cause breakage dew to the ball hitting the edge of the hole.
    What do you guys think?

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