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Old 12-19-2013, 01:11 PM   #31 (permalink)
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Old 01-19-2014, 11:33 AM   #32 (permalink)
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has anyone tried using the suggestions that i made earlier?
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Old 05-23-2014, 10:29 PM   #33 (permalink)
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Check out house building/renovation sites. EDIT: Old wood can't be used so you can sometimes find wood useable for bunkers.

I've used old Christmas trees all bunched up to make a bunker that you can see through but paintballs break and splatter instead of getting through.

Maybe check Craigslist out in the free section? You might find some interesting pieces to add to your field, haha.

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Old 05-24-2014, 01:57 AM   #34 (permalink)
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Maybe check Craigslist out in the free section? You might find some interesting pieces to add to your field, haha.
I'd like to see some old couches used as bunkers! Just get a whole living room set while you're at it.
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Old 05-24-2014, 11:37 PM   #35 (permalink)
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I'd like to see some old couches used as bunkers! Just get a whole living room set while you're at it.
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Built lots of bunkers out of scrap wooden siding pieces from a lumber yard.
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Old 05-26-2014, 09:33 PM   #36 (permalink)
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Hit up your local roofing supply company,they have an abundance of heavy duty pallets,we get ours for free but my teammate works for ABC Roofing
or find business that let people pick them up free. since they do not want to hassle of getting rid of them self or trying to get a shipping company take them back with them even thou not there pallets. i also knew someone that would go around construction sites and ask if they could take there used lumber or thin or thick plywood that was damage or could not be use. they would cut to size they need to make small bunkers for hyperball field. there where about 25% to 50 smaller then speedball bunkers made out thick plywood.
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By law they can't cut a piece of plywood more than once or twice (I think), so they throw away perfectly good pieces of wood in the dumpster.

What kind of communist state do you live in?

I have worked several construction jobs as well as having my own house built and have never heard of such crap! Many times we have had cut several parts from a single sheet.

I have used old tires many times but they arn't very easy to store on the side at they take up too much room.
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What kind of communist state do you live in?

I have worked several construction jobs as well as having my own house built and have never heard of such crap! Many times we have had cut several parts from a single sheet.

I have used old tires many times but they arn't very easy to store on the side at they take up too much room.
I was thinking the same thing. You can use as much or little of it that you need to complete the work. You can't reuse plywood on new builds for obvious reasons.
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What kind of communist state do you live in?

I have worked several construction jobs as well as having my own house built and have never heard of such crap! Many times we have had cut several parts from a single sheet.

I have used old tires many times but they arn't very easy to store on the side at they take up too much room.
That's why I said "I think". Thanks for clarifying.
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I have worked several construction jobs as well as having my own house built and have never heard of such crap! Many times we have had cut several parts from a single sheet.

I have used old tires many times but they arn't very easy to store on the side at they take up too much room.
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I was thinking the same thing. You can use as much or little of it that you need to complete the work. You can't reuse plywood on new builds for obvious reasons.
I've heard of that too. Can't remember which state I lived in at the time though. USAF moved us a little too often to remember time/place of some things.
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