- - Bunker Materials
|tomdabmb ||09-18-2011 01:59 AM |
Thought this might be a good idea. Suggest what you use for your field. I have nothing to add atm.
|super_stanchy ||09-18-2011 02:10 AM |
like stuff we use in general?
or like bunker material?
|Neurotic Hapi Snak ||09-18-2011 12:55 PM |
Plywood, scrap lumber, 55 gallon drums, fallen logs, sandbags.
Not really 'my' outlaw field, this was just a small field in a small patch of woods in my neighborhood. I built quite a bit in it, though.
|diablo ||09-18-2011 01:18 PM |
Pallets and large cable spools. I take the spools apart so i can use both the wooden circles as bunkers
|Tugboater203 ||09-19-2011 01:51 AM |
Our paint comes on the plastic pallets and they make nice weather resistant bunkers.
|BIGNUGLY ||09-19-2011 08:09 AM |
I've been getting old and used bunkers from a local field and building frames to attach them to. along with the usual stuff
|Delamorte ||09-19-2011 10:31 AM |
Just got these this weekend. Free. Attachment 26955
Oh, BTW, they are 4000 a piece new.
|phantom89 ||09-19-2011 04:40 PM |
My friends and I made our bunkers out of heavy cloth and PVC pipe. We sewed the cloth like a pillow case and made PVC stands for them. They are easy to set up and break down. The only problem we has was when the wind picked up and we did have big enough legs to keep them on the ground.
|freebird ||09-19-2011 05:44 PM |
2 liter soda bottle crates built the castle at the hornets nest. Im kinda particular to using the skid steer to move earth around for some trenches and bunkers.
BTW on those tires above, Watch for mosquitoes, tires are perfect breeding ground for them. We throw anti breeding tablets in them every spring.
|thetunk ||09-19-2011 06:24 PM |
i have seen people use old carpet spread between trees..
looks ugly as fck, but it works!
i think the most readily available thing would be regular old pallets
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