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  1. In Topic: Dagger Tank mounting

    11 June 2008 - 06:31 PM

    It's for a 98. Wwe figured we could just turn it around, but it twisted the hose weird, so we were thinking we just needed to buy a longer one. But I just wanted to get conformation before hand so I didn't screw up my buddies marker.

    Thanks guys!
  2. In Topic: Importing stuff into canada

    08 June 2008 - 11:47 AM

    I imported a 6 position CAR stock and a NcStar Red Dot sight which were labeled as Paintball Marker Accessories but customs still searched it and added their own label of Firearms Parts. Also, I didn't fill out any form at the post office. When/why does that need to be done? Before your place your order or after or...?
  3. In Topic: what to do if this happens again?

    06 June 2008 - 02:29 PM

    I don't have much experience in secnario games, but I learned paintball in the backwoods of our farms so I love gureilla warfare. Not trying to be to reptative, but I agree with the general sentiment here. You should imediatly get of the path/road into cover (normally there should be some along the side) and then get control of your guys and start a fighting retreat back to a more defensible position where you can then send out flankers or do w/e you need to as the situation calls for it.

    Also, depending on the area, this could be a good time for an ambush of your own. It would depend on the number of players as well, but as your retreating and you have the ability to set up your own ambush for your pursuers, it would be a great time to do it!
  4. In Topic: First Time Commanders

    06 June 2008 - 02:23 PM

    I know exactely what you mean. Four friends and I have been playing for about 2 years just running around on our farms shotting at eachother. Just early last month did we look into playing in woodsball tournies and secnario's. But before we did we really wanted to focus on practicing first. We knew that we had some of the movement down, as we spent days on end running through forests and up creek beds as groups and individuals, thought not to say we coudln't improve on it. So on thing we did is we had three people lay on a hill at the end of a field we had setup barricades on. Then, the 5 of us (we used others for the shooters) would try and advance up the field in a certain amount of time (without getting hit of course :rolleyes: ). We did this just so we coul get "used to" the idea of advancing up an area well under constant fire. We found that it really helped us co-ordinate cover fire as well as get over the initital fear some people get when first running out between barricades well paint fills the air.

    A few other things are like the one forementioned here. The running and shooting one we found wasespicially good, as well as playing tight to the bunker to practice shooting well minimizing your visible profile. Also, do to current budget constraints, we don;t have a full set of walkies, so we made sure we had a rudimentary set of hand signals well organised.

    I hope that helps a bit!

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