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  1. In Topic: Field building guide.

    09 May 2009 - 09:11 AM

    View Postjoepain, on May 7 2009, 12:05 AM, said:

    View PostJavaman72, on May 5 2009, 01:12 PM, said:

    Anyone have any information or ideas on how to build the flag stations? I think I read somewhere to use PVC Pipe, a couple of eye bolts for the top and bottom, tie nylon or rope through eye bolts, and attach flags to the rope does that sound right?


    how we have done them on our fields and for sppl ....is the same type flag stations that are pretty much right on the money...we used 6 to 8 ft 1.5 pvc post {these were then placedd onto a stake about 3-4 ft high}...did the eyebolt anchore as you said...cap'd the tops...made one flag red , the other yellow..[made out of old banner material,that i used grommets on {top and bottom,on one side of the flags} tied the top of one ,passed the line through the eyebolts,and attached the same line to the bottom of the other flag...then connected the top of the second to the bottom of the frist...this way ..when you pull a line down ,that teams color will rise...be perpared for maintance...they get beat up from all the yanking on them.....


    By any chance can you post some pics to get a better visual? About the stakes and the other items!
    Thanks in advance...
  2. In Topic: Field building guide.

    07 May 2009 - 12:51 PM

    View Postjoepain, on May 7 2009, 12:05 AM, said:

    View PostJavaman72, on May 5 2009, 01:12 PM, said:

    Anyone have any information or ideas on how to build the flag stations? I think I read somewhere to use PVC Pipe, a couple of eye bolts for the top and bottom, tie nylon or rope through eye bolts, and attach flags to the rope does that sound right?


    how we have done them on our fields and for sppl ....is the same type flag stations that are pretty much right on the money...we used 6 to 8 ft 1.5 pvc post {these were then placedd onto a stake about 3-4 ft high}...did the eyebolt anchore as you said...cap'd the tops...made one flag red , the other yellow..[made out of old banner material,that i used grommets on {top and bottom,on one side of the flags} tied the top of one ,passed the line through the eyebolts,and attached the same line to the bottom of the other flag...then connected the top of the second to the bottom of the frist...this way ..when you pull a line down ,that teams color will rise...be perpared for maintance...they get beat up from all the yanking on them.....



    Thanks, just exactly the type of information that I need to know! This will be my weekend project!
  3. In Topic: Texas Division Maps

    06 May 2009 - 10:11 AM

    View PostShadoAngel, on Jan 1 2009, 05:00 PM, said:

    Post here with the address or general locations of yourself as a player or of local fields. As I get address and locations, I will add them to the map so we should wind up with a comprehensive easy-to-use tool letting players know who is in the area and what local fields their are. Obviously larger well known fields will be added but what I'm most interested in are the outlaw games that a lot of players have on a regular basis. On several occasions I've heard of players who have 20-50 people or more show up at outlaw games but the only way I heard about it was through a guy who knows a guy. Hopefully by adding these regular outlaw games/fields to the map newer players will be able to hit up these games even if they don't know the guy.

    Right now I'm experimenting with different map software to see what works the best. Any suggestions you have on map software you like would be appreciated.


    Google Maps has an area where you can create your own map and the share them via Web, Email, and the other methods...
  4. In Topic: Texas Division Maps

    06 May 2009 - 08:17 AM

    View PostSlippyfist M16, on May 6 2009, 10:06 AM, said:

    I'm in Killeen/Ft. Hood. The only field in-town is Mandatory Fun, an indoor place. Never played there, so no real opinion on it. Where I'm found when I'm playing is usually The Bunkers in Kempner, www.thebunkerspaintball.com. Not a huge or especially well-developed field, but a fun place to hook up with some friends and play. The Alamo field is cool, though.

    The Austin area is close enough for me to travel to without too many problems. I need to head down that way sometime and check out some of those fields.


    Slippy,
    You are forgetting the new place in Harker Heights, and that BLORA has a field too though expensive!
  5. In Topic: Texas Division Idea Thread

    05 May 2009 - 05:10 PM

    View PostOperative, on May 5 2009, 03:24 PM, said:

    I think this is what I have been looking for. I am from Tactical Paintball Operators Group Texas Chapter and the Commanding Officer of Able Company. I have a lot of the same ideas that you have in regards to Texas needs its own Division. I am located in El Paso Texas and we take part in the mini-scenarios that come up in the city and we are always at the Blackcat productions games that happen in NM which is a short 2 hour drive from us. I have a team down here that I started by the name of the El Paso Desert Demons and we play with the highest of values in sportsmanship and honor.

    I would like to find out more about what you have in mind and i am sure with the experiance that I have gained from helping to stand up an interstate paintball group I could be a huge help to you. Please contact me at dudal3@hotmail.com I look for ward to hearing from you.



    I agree that the Brigades broken up should really be Divisions, and the State be Brigades, but either way, I am glad to hear that Texans are trying to get together to play, as one said Texas is a huge state! El Paso is about 10 hrs from us here in central texas, I am in Harker Heights outside of Ft. Hood / Killeen...I play with a group of friends about every other weekend at a private field, we have been having fun, getting things organized amongst friends, thinking safety first, good sportmanship next, and most of all having fun amongst friends!

    Javaman

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