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04 May 2008 - 06:23 AMI'm definately in. Barnz, can I pre-register with you?
04 May 2008 - 06:18 AMI would go with the Response Trigger too, but you need to be careful with any officials. A few ranges up by me have anything that increases rate of fire or trigger bounce illegal. This would probably include an RT or an FC. That's why I went for the A5 basic when I bought mine although I would have preferred an RT.
03 May 2008 - 06:18 PMA group from my neighborhood plays in the woods behind our houses since it's almost like having one of those professional fields (minus the chronos, air fills, and proshops). We get together usually on Sundays, set up a staging area, and guys from all over our town come meet up with us. Some of the guys built whole fields back there out of old junk like car seats, tires, couches, etc., and then there is a field with a bunch of ditches, log bunkers, and plywood towers (climbable). There is also a narrow land bridge in-between two ponds, and a large open pit behind one person's house. It's a great place for beginners to start and masters to hone their skills (I would fall under the beginners). There are also hills on every field, sometimes made out of the hard New England slate and granite that runs under the land. This is where I hope to make myself a better player and have a good time with my friends. I will try to get the pictures off of my friend's camera soon.
03 May 2008 - 07:59 AM#87 Retreat is always an option, you just have to make it look cool.
03 May 2008 - 07:54 AM"Broadswords... What don't we do?"
As you can see, I have arrogance problems myself!