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  1. In Topic: Have you ever?

    04 July 2009 - 07:07 PM

    I like to write, take pictures and of course play WoW for about 2 hours then i take a nap and when i wake up i look at the news for 30 minutes. if im really bored ill call a friend and take them to a random movie, and oh yeah the shooting range whenever i have an ample supply of ammo. :usa:
  2. In Topic: How do you get prepared?

    03 July 2009 - 08:37 PM

    I like to pack my things 3 days in advance. i clean my marker, wipe down my hopper on the outside and inside, i always put an extremely tiny amount of lubricant inside my feedneck and spray some pam in the breach in case i chop a ball so it wont stick and i might be able to shoot through it. morning before game i run a mile and eat pasta for dinner. when im driving to the field i play through two of my ludacris CD's and one NOS CD. then i listen to my old cassette (yes my car still has a cassette player) of grandmaster flash and the furious five. i drink one bottle of water before the game begins and ussually go through 4 or 5 during the day. always fill pods, polish mask lense, replace batteries on hopper and bring spares the night before too. :usa:
  3. In Topic: bicycles in paintball?

    03 July 2009 - 04:06 PM

    I knew that bikes wouldnt meet requirements but the main reason i came up with this idea is because i played an outlaw game with some friends in rather open woods and we were all on bikes. I did find it difficult to shoot one handed a full sized marker so i reverted to using an old piranha usp that i had been given as a gift. reloads were dangerous cause i had to stop to reload which left us open. many of us did fall and get minor scrapes and bruises but nothing serious. maybe feilds could make seperate rules for peeps on bikes but i dont know, this was more or less a thought than a serious idea. Thanks puz for the ok d-day tank rules ive never been to d-day and didnt know their rules regarding tanks. :usa:
  4. In Topic: The Shooter's Thread!

    30 June 2009 - 06:35 PM

    View PostagentM192, on Jun 27 2009, 08:11 PM, said:

    Anyone have any experience hunting yotes? I was hunting them in Texas for several days on some property with 10 FT high game-proof on two sides and 4 FT high on the other sides with a hotwire around the property. Total 67 acres. Now nieghboring me were cattle farms. I got the yotes to howl back with the locator call. I then tried out a female invite howl and a pup distress and they both got them howling but they didn't come in. I wasn't sure if they were on the property or just over the fence. They have dug through before and gotten in. The howls didn't sound very far off, although I was hunting right on the border of the property. I was in a stand, well camouflaged and with a dead wind. I was also using an electronic caller. In addition I shot several squirrels prior and threw them there as a snack. Any input?

    in NJ we have been having a few problems with coyotes around neighborhoods and stuff. i always like to take some meat thats been sitting for a while and use that as bait. i dont know if they like fresh meat to slightly rotting but i know that they often resort to scavenging so try some slightly fetid meat rather than fresh squirrel and you might get a couple of them to get closer. it also might have been the cattle. i have heard stories of children running from coyotes and they went into a cattle populated area and the coyotes backed off. i hear its that they dont like going near things that are bigger than them but im not sure.
  5. In Topic: The Shooter's Thread!

    20 June 2009 - 07:30 PM

    View PostFrontier_Bill, on Jun 20 2009, 09:04 PM, said:

    You can't judge what a Glock might feel like from the feel of a high-point. Those are more top-heavy than ANYTHING on the market. I would rather have a brick than a high-point.

    absolutely true but i dont know if they are the most top heavy but they are up their. I dont mind it if you ask me weight was never a problem with firearms for me. What year model was the hi-point you were firing and/or using or holding? I know that the older models were junk but i got mine only a few years ago and i haven't had any problems with mine except for one jam on the 995.


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