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30 March 2010 - 08:29 AMTeam Devil Ops
Location: St Petersburg, FL
Team Leaders: Me, & Sean Pierce
We play on private property, on an Outlaw fierd. We play scenerios at Camp Miles Paintball: http://www.paintballpartyz.com/, and at Wayne's World:http://www.waynes-world.com/wwopen.html
We have been Most Valueble Team and have had Most Valueble PLayer at several events.
30 March 2010 - 08:21 AM
You can also carry on your own property or place of abode.
Thus, you walk with it from your house into garage (or just on the driveway where you park the car), and you're fine.
Of course, the permit isn't too hard to get either, and then you can carry it nearly anywhere. Just no schools/federal buildings/court houses.
Good job on the CCW. Keep at it. My personal opinion is that anyone who is responsible enough and can lawfully carry should pursue a CCW and carry, but that's up to them.
The statement should be corrected to: You only need a CCW if you plan to carry the weapon "concealed" outside of your car. You can leagally carry a gun in and out of your house, to the gun range, to go hunting, to go to the gunsmith, etc.
31 August 2009 - 06:09 PMMain reason I use a vest is the fact that I have a large tank. Pod belts just never stayed in place. I don't like chest rigs either, they get in the way if you go prone for an ambush. Vests can also carry extra items when you play longer scenerio games
25 August 2009 - 04:33 PMCamelbaks don't leak. I have been using camelbaks since 1992, and I still have my first one although I use a different one now. I have never had any problems with leaking. The off brands almost always leak. That's what you may have heard or someone was misinformed. I used mine in the desert, the mountains, every were, and as a Marine we abused the crap out of them.
21 July 2009 - 06:46 AMI you want the paint to last a little longer, more prep work i necessary. Lightly sand all surfaces, use rubbing alcohol to clean the surface prior to paint, use a good primer. And to top it all off, bake the paint on in your oven, just put it on a sheet pan on an old towel and bake it at 150 degrees for an hour or so. Make sure you strip all of the internals of you do this. And remember that the marker will be hot for a while after you take it out. So wait a couple of hours before you reassemble it.
If you don't have time to do the prep work because you are in a hurry, then wait until you have more time. 30 minutes of prep work will save you hours in the long run because you have to strip it down and redo the work.
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