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  1. In Topic: Sci Fi Scenario/Campaign...would this fly?

    11 August 2010 - 02:29 PM

    just to clarify, it would be field paint only, and would be provided to every player at the beginning of the game. It would be part of the entry fee, no buying paint on the field. Just scavaging.
  2. In Topic: what's the most crazy costume you have made for a scenario game

    16 November 2009 - 11:25 AM

    When I go back into it I'm planning on playing dressed as an plains indian warrior- Warpaint, shirtless, feathers in my mask, leather arm bands, and some scalps just for fun
  3. In Topic: The Experimental Tank Thread

    16 November 2009 - 11:20 AM

    Hey what are people's opinions of using smaller, slightly faster (like maby top speed 15-20 MPH) vehicles, like ATV/dirtbike mounted squads (open, but fast, no extra guns, but storage space for extra paint/heavier weapons) or small off road go karts (driver and gunner, maby with some smoke grenades for a quick escape, and something like a double trouble, full auto electro with a GIANT hopper, or a air cannon as the mounted passenger gun)? I think having a squad of fast, light vehicles would be fun, and be good in a larger scenario as a stratigic advantage (being able to quickly get afew players plus supplies across the field quick with some mobile support)
  4. In Topic: Out of the game for a while

    16 November 2009 - 10:59 AM

    View PostPiller, on Nov 16 2009, 09:23 AM, said:

    Only if you're running liquid CO2 from a siphon tank do they tend to use a lot of gas - or in that case liquid. Otherwise, they're just a normal gas hog - about that of any other blowback. One tank is generally all that is needed, and depending on how much you shoot even a small one will do.


    OK, sounds good, goal is to shoot less. I mean really what I'd trying to do is have a "carbine" of sorts, that is less bulky compared to a standard gun (so ditching hopper and doing stick/pistol mag feed) Ideally with both the option of a vertical ASA (very tight) and the regular back bottle setup. Or even a a vertical air setup plus a ghetto-fabbed stock (thick sheetmetal, table vice, drill, metal cutting jigsaw, and some bicycle inner tubing for padding.
  5. In Topic: Out of the game for a while

    16 November 2009 - 07:13 AM

    View PostCptObvious, on Nov 16 2009, 06:48 AM, said:

    You can use HPA on a VM. The glorious thing about the VM, however, is that you can hook up to 5 tanks at once. :laugh:


    Why? Is it that much of a gas hog?

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