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Discussion in 'World War 2 Hobbies' started by aquist, Feb 26, 2005.

  1. aquist

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    Apparently the paintballers have taken to making tanks to use in their battles from cardboard ones mounted on four wheelers to a fairly sophisticated Tiger I and Panther tank to just nondescript imaginary vehicles if there is any interest, I will get the url
     
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    Wow in that last thing, you must be close to invincible! :grin:
     
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    Holy cow! do you have a apromit price tag :grin: :grin: :grin: :grin: :grin: :grin:
     
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    Click on 'GERMANIC INVADERS'.Check out the Tiger I.Talk about realistic.
     
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    That's awesome !!!! :D
     
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    modifying old vehicles into paintball armour , that's a great idea ! Modernizing paintball , i would love to be in a huge paintball battle with one of those paintball AFV's :cool:
     
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    If i want to contact the people making the tanks , does anyone know what there e-mail might be ? Or anyone considering constructing a "paintball tank" i have some pointers on how to make a better design. :wink:
     
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    My buddies and i were working on an airsoft tank, and I was wondering if you guys had any ideas? We've done a lot of "technology development" such as mortars, grenades, grenade launchers, and the like in order to create a more realistic game, and we're always looking for new ideas.
     
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    if your building a tankby converting an old vehicle , you don't have to build an extension on the back to put an engine , you can simply put the engine in the back seat :wink: , that's what people do in the demolition derby here
     
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    and if you need further inspiration watch junk yard wars ! on TLC
     
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    oh man, i love junkyard wars! i have a couple of the episodes, my favorite being the one with the cannons. Is that still on anymore.
     
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    Im going to start esigning a rifle style paintball cannon , and maybe a decent tank , and if theres time a paintball handgun.
     

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