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  1. TN: Smyrna, LaVergne, and surrounding areas!

    18 December 2008 - 05:22 PM

    Hello to all Middle Tennessee paintballers. I'm looking to start a team with fellow woodsballers.
    I was on Phoenix Company, but the team is sort of split now (still unofficial).
    I can make it to fields in the Smyrna/Lavergne area. My home field I play at is in LaVergne near the Hurricane Creak boat ramp, which is where Phoenix Co. has hosted its games.

    Before I say more let me give you some info real fast:
    Yes, I'm fourteen, but I'm not immature. I also have tactical experience from Phoenix Co, and the CAG training course, and on one occasion with Phoenix we had a ex special forces man train us...It was a pretty good experience too.
    So if you are looking for 18+ players dont bother with me...
    Also I'm pretty dedicated, I showed up to every game/date with phoenix co, as long as I wasn't out of town.
    Also have about 2 years of paintball experience.

    So if you are looking for a serious player for a serious team (I dont want any bullsh*t where members dont show up or aren't dedicated) let me know.

    Also, I'm looking for a team with a decent amount of players (no teams with 3 people, etc.).

    Ill check this thread every now and then, hit me up on here and i can PM you my info, etc.

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