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  • Rainmaker
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    I've got several empty clothes washer detergent jugs I use to put my paint in. Easier to fill pods from the jug than straight from the bag.

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  • Brokeass_baller
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    This is brilliant

  • Brokeass_baller
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    I hear ya on the knee pads. I've never been able to find a good pair of paintball-specific ones I like, and volleyball pads are too bulky, and the cloth is scratchy. I found a pair of hex-pad basketball knee pads with the really soft, stretchy Under Armor material for $20 at Walmart or something and they've been AWESOME. the way they fold above my calf, they never slip down. They weigh nothing, and I haven't felt a slide ever.

  • Brokeass_baller
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    Homerj is so 2008. Chuck E Ducky's so 2000-and-late.

  • Target
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    Someone on here 3d prints insert cases that look pretty nice as well.

  • Jonnydread
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    I use a test tube rack for drying/holding my 10 round tubes. It's a bit silly, but I like the aesthetic.

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  • Grendel
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    Six x Cigar cases work too.

  • XEMON
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    awesome, been looking for exactly something like this!

  • Target
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    They're getting harder to find, but I use a Nintendo 3DS travel case to store my Freak inserts.

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  • homerj
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    It’s the year 20eggswereandalwayswillbeawesome. 😁

  • Chuck E Ducky
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    That’s a good idea never thought of that. I got some laying around the garage to.

  • Chuck E Ducky
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    Eggs what year is this JK

  • RAZRBAKK
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    I keep a couple bike handle bar grips around to remove stuck regs from time to time.

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  • MrBarraclough
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    The neoprene sleeve from my old netbook (remember those? circa 2008) makes a perfect case for my Proto SLG.

    Dollar store is my go-to for cleaning gear: spray bottle, rubbing alcohol, microfiber towels, synthetic chamois towels, microfiber lens cloths, etc.

    So far my favorite knee pads are some multi-sport Asics I got off Amazon for $4 per pad. More comfortable and lighter than my Dye knee pads.

    My gloves are Seibertron half-finger "tactical" gloves from Amazon. $18.

    Headwrap/bandana: OD green triangular muslin bandage from my local army-navy surplus store. Think Tom Berenger in Platoon.

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  • MrBarraclough
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    I am forever recommending cheap mechanics' gloves from Harbor Freight to newbies. Hardy brand gloves are $5.50 a pair.
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