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PostPosted: 26 Mar 2008, 21:47 
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I am currently making a private paintball course and was wondering if anyone had any ideas of things that I could use. thanks


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55 gallon drums are fun to try and hide behind.

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Cool. Sorry, I dont have any ideas

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55 gallon drums
Plywood
Pallets

Those are just for starts.

What kind of course are you going for? Woods ball or speed ball? You need different stuff for each.

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trenches are fun, plywood, barrels that kind of stuff

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An old junk car would be cool too...

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metal stuff like barrels or cars makes it fun with the thumping of a hit
remember keep the stuff simple and safe for all users

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Seems one of our kid's friends thought our garage door and bricks on the house were "cool targets" for their paintball practice. :twisted: Try not to use other folk's property for the sport.

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teh seniors that graduated a year before me thought the school was one to.. that went over really well with the school and the cops.

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Some kid shot up the inside of the school and some kids with a paintball gun for class colors day. Pretty funny if you ask me, especially when he got caught.

Anything junky makes for good paintball. Me and some buddies played in an old abandoned house. 3 defended the house and the other 7 attacked. I never got out. I sniped those kids on the inside. That was good fun. With that being said, a good fort or tree house would be good.

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Thanks for the ideas. I think i can get some barrels, plywood, and pallets pretty easily.


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