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14 June 2010 - 08:53 AMMan Becc, I wish I was 40 years younger. I think i'd be in love.
19 December 2009 - 10:45 PM
25 November 2009 - 10:19 AMAny suggestions?
You say you are new to the game.
Don't try filling your tanks at work until you know more about just filling tanks.
Limiting the pressure, if your work compressor can get the pressure up to 3000psi, then it might be able to go higher.
How do you plan on limiting the pressure to the tank?
Exploding tanks don't give second chances, and you only have ten fingers, don't loose any.
It is always easy to the ignorant.
The only people killed associated with paintball has been related to the HP tanks. Don't be #4.
15 November 2009 - 09:16 AM
15 August 2009 - 01:26 AMsounds alot like risk. I love that game
Actually my old favorite was a bookshelf game by Avalon-Hill called Squad Leader, it was Risk to the 10th degree. WW2 infantry warfare at the squad level. Man, that was a fun game. It is played on map boards that you can rearrange for unlimited setups, and you had squads, tanks, motars, HMG, MMG, LMGs (They were represented by little square chits with symbols on them.). There were different scenario cards that gave you the set up and missions. It took hours to play sometimes, we eventually put time limits, like in chess, for each move; it made it so much better too. The computer pretty much ended those games. You can still purchase the game series on Ebay.
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