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19 August 2011 - 10:16 AMContact: Thomas "Beaker" Heemer For Immediate Release
BRIAN "MOATI" & MARK RUSSELL JOIN SCENARIO TEAM "THE EXILED SOULS"
Brian "MOATI" Russell, formerly of Spec Ops, and now head of Xtreme Dreamz Paintball (http://www.xtremedreamzpaintball.com), and his brother, Mark Russell, have officially joined the scenario team, "The Exiled Souls". The offer extended by captain Thomas "Beaker" Heemer, was accepted by Brian and Mark during the Tippmann Extravaganza event held August 13th & 14th at EMR Paintball Park (http://www.emrpaintball.com), in New Milford, PA. "We are not only very happy, but also excited to have MOATI and his brother on the team,” said Tom. “They will make excellent assets, as they are both strong competitors, on and off the field." Brian added, "We look forward to playing with the Exiled Souls. They exhibit some of the best sportsmanship and family-paintball attitude of any team I've seen, and we're honored to join up with them.". Mark chimed in as well, “They are about the most hospitable team we’ve run across, and I am also glad we’ve joined up!” Unfortunately for The Exiled Souls, who played for House Harkonnen, both Brian and Mark had previously committed to playing for House Atreides at the EMR event, and thus weren’t able to secure a victory. The Russell brothers have promised to play on same side as the rest of the team at the next EMR event, “Fall Castle Conquest” in September.
The Exiled Souls are a scenario-style paintball team based primarily out of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and New York. For more information, contact the team captain, Thomas "Beaker" Heemer, at 814-730-1453, or check out their website http://www.exiledsoulspb.com. Tom can also be contacted via email at email@example.com.
Article written by Aaron “The Paint Guy” Gurish (firstname.lastname@example.org)
18 June 2008 - 06:00 AMStill waiting....
06 June 2008 - 04:31 AMAny of the Spyder "MR" series! They desperately need a "step-up" in this department. Also, any Spyder that has a "power feed" (a feed tilting either left or right instead of vertical...)
05 June 2008 - 05:24 AMThat would be great... Just the manufacturer, or model name would be enough for me. I can research it for myself from there.
03 June 2008 - 06:27 AMDude... We're on the same page... Although I think I want to keep the design as "simple" as possible to eliminate points of possible failure. We also know that the existing mechanism for the Cyclone works, and works fairly well. I'm just proposing a small design change that would allow it to be used on other markers that need fed on the pull stroke, rather than the push stroke. Taking an existing Cyclone, and reversing the teeth on the bottom sprocket shouldn't be that difficult. I know "Doc" from Doc's Machine could do it. Hell, he could probably make the entire innards of the Cyclone out of metal if you felt like paying for them...