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12 July 2009 - 06:40 PMMUAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
he'll destroy our country, but first to go will be his marrige :->
02 July 2009 - 08:02 PMthe way i see it, the law is stupid for a few reasons...
1. if you get in an accident w/o a belt, and you get hurt, its a damn shame you didnt die and erase your genes from the pool
2. My understanding is, what you do in your car is up to you (so long as no drugs or hookas are invovled)
If you want to risk your life, go ahead. The way i drive, I dont feel safe w/o a seat belt.
To all rescue workers in MASS: Im going to thank you in advance for peeling my sorry butt of I-93
02 July 2009 - 07:56 PMthats kinda messed up
do they make ones big enough to fit my sister in?
29 June 2009 - 04:37 PMid buy that for a dollar
28 June 2009 - 08:04 PMpaintball discounters.com has a variety of packages availible for a field owner, most everything you need, actually. Chronies, netting, bunkers, markers, arm bands, fill stations. Ive done a bit work setting up outlaw fields in MN, and this is one of the best sited ive found. And their stuff is legit. You may be able to find it cheaper somewhere else, but know this site has never screwed me yet.
Also, action village has a variety of package options to buy things in bulk.
Mighty paintball.com does near magical work with bunkers.
The Cossio insurance agency (CIA) does alot of pball insurance, and you cant open a field without insurance. They can tell you how to set up waivers and such.
One of the best rentals ive ever seen are the tippy A5, you can almost literally clean them with a hose. Tippmanns are always a good choice, but are kinda expensive. For less money, you can get spiders or vibes, and both Spyder and Smart Parts have suprisingly good sirvace if something goes wrong.
Youll also need tables or something of the like for people to set up in
Also, you can drop a line to guys like rob rubin (here). They play alot and know what else you may need or a good place to get things. Also, Mike Phillips is knolageable about fields and rentals as well.
Hope this helps