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#1 GI_Squirrel

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Posted 28 March 2008 - 04:15 AM

This is the worlds largest paintball scenario game. It is so big that they have to divide each team into accurate divisions. Look into it if you want.
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Posted 06 May 2008 - 12:56 AM

This is the worlds largest paintball scenario game. It is so big that they have to divide each team into accurate divisions. Look into it if you want.
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I attended Oklahoma D-Day in 2003. It was the best paintball experience I ever had. And I rarely do scenario games. I always did speedball.

I signed up for the 82nd Airborne and got accepted to it, and we were put out into our "Drop Zone" late at night when it started. Fun stuff indeed, people brought homemade tanks and what not, I even took one out with some paint grenades.

If any of you have the time and money to particiapte, do it. If anythign for the whole D-Day concept.

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Posted 06 May 2008 - 03:18 AM

I'd love to play D-Day Oklahoma one time.

I quit playing PB 10 years ago after playing for nine years, starting in 1988. I almost always played scenerio games-hated speedball. I started playing when all there was were single shots and a few pumps, which were custom jobs. Our masks were mostly homemade and we carried spare ammo in tubes that held ten balls, which were 25-30 cents apiece. In the early years, we might only shoot 50 balls in a game, which could last an hour.

Times have sure changed.

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