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|02-26-2013, 12:49 AM||#31 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jun 2012
Location: San Diego
That's about near illegal.
Never before I've heard that paintball markers are considered firearms for that specific purpose, and never before have I heard of actually carrying firearms into a national park.
So no I'm not gonna go about doing that.
I say private property because I would have permission to play on it.
Might drop down to Jamul, they have lots of empty farmland and might make new friends too.
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|02-26-2013, 11:43 AM||#34 (permalink)|
Join Date: Aug 2011
Location: Northern MN
One acre? roughly 250 feet by 250? Waaaaaaaay too small. We play on roughly the back 40 acres of an 80 acre parcel we own. Even with 20 people, we normally cut that 40 acres into 10 acre area that we play....we just have it set up to where we can play that whole area if we wanted to. We also have a nice little attack and defend field at the rear or it where the defenders are at the bottom of ridge that surrounds it, like a half a bowl.
This is the full 80 acres. You can see the logging road lead back
This is an older "map" I did of the back 40 where we play. We have added more trails since then, I just need to update it. We also are planning to add some more trails to the north.
Overlook to the lake. Cutting out some more so you can actually see it better. LOL But you also can see how high up you have to walk. Where we park, it is at the same level as the lake....there is around a 175 feet of elevation at this point.
Our main trail. This is as open as it gets. All our side trails are about half the width.
This is one of our side trails. Just wide enough to drive a 4 wheeler with a trail drag. Even here you can see the hills we have to traverse.
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