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Linglestown Paintball is now Outdoor Xtreme

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  • COB
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    Nice throw back references. Unfortunately, some of us predate creation of the sport. Giligan's Island, Hogan's Heroes, MASH and Get Smart were new not reruns. So 20 year old references fly under our radar.

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  • SignOfZeta
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    Then I congratulate them on not being bought out by GI Sportz.

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  • JonM
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    It's an established brand. The company is the same one who owns OXCC.

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  • SignOfZeta
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    Originally posted by Flounder View Post


    I am able to recognize the words you wrote as part of the English language but I have no idea what you are saying.
    It’s a joke about antique branding. Everything I mentioned is year 2000 paintball related and “XTreme” in nature. I guess I was riffing on the idea that one may actually build a paintball version of the Goodwood Festival of Speed (a motorsport event where 1970 never happened) on purpose rather than the simpler reality which is that someone honestly didn’t know how galactically played out that once popular sensational spelling is decades after its popular peak.

    In the year 2000 Kingman had a tournament where you could win a Ford but you had to play with a Spyder...Southpark was a relatively new show and still the only one that used that level of profanity. It was all very XTreme. Don’t you remember?

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  • Flounder
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    Originally posted by SignOfZeta View Post
    “XTreme“...is it a millennium themed field? Everyone running Spyders, Limp Bizkit on the PA...hoping to win a Mustang at the big game in Pittsburg...can’t believe South Park is on it’s fifth season already...

    I am able to recognize the words you wrote as part of the English language but I have no idea what you are saying.

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  • SignOfZeta
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    “XTreme“...is it a millennium themed field? Everyone running Spyders, Limp Bizkit on the PA...hoping to win a Mustang at the big game in Pittsburg...can’t believe South Park is on it’s fifth season already...

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  • Flounder
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    That is some of the best lower priced paint I ever shot.

  • Axel
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    If you guys stock D3fy I will buy a bunch of it. Um, by pump standards

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  • BretG
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    This group here shoots a lot of pump guns, so sometimes a case will serve a party of four, with a salad and the house dressing.

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  • ghilliesuit
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    Ratzkie, you can definetly ask. I am asking what your expectations for appropriate field paint cost, quality, etc... are. You were offering up concern over some of these items, so I am assuming you have an ideal scenario in your head. More of a market research type question because you sound very in tune to the current market of paintball.

    Mainly because I never think of these things haha. I go, pay and play. Sometimes the paint sucks, some times it doesn't. I was sort of reflecting that I have no personal standard for paint. Only paint j can and cant afford lol.

  • Ratzkie
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    Can I ask what your expectations are for a question like that? Are you asking me something about my question, or just asking a random question?

  • ghilliesuit
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    Originally posted by Ratzkie View Post
    Since Brian has been here, can we get a comment on paint availability? I was told when I stopped at Hatfield that OXCC only sells one brand of paint, and that it was $70 a case. Are we going to be able to continue getting Graffiti at Linglestown? I love the fields, but haven't played more than a few times there, since I'm not local, but I will have to take a much harder look at attending events if paint price goes up and quality potentially goes down (I've never heard of the paint available from Hatfield, and I can't find reviews for it).
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    Can I ask what your expectations are for field paint?

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  • Ratzkie
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    Since Brian has been here, can we get a comment on paint availability? I was told when I stopped at Hatfield that OXCC only sells one brand of paint, and that it was $70 a case. Are we going to be able to continue getting Graffiti at Linglestown? I love the fields, but haven't played more than a few times there, since I'm not local, but I will have to take a much harder look at attending events if paint price goes up and quality potentially goes down (I've never heard of the paint available from Hatfield, and I can't find reviews for it).
    Thanks

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  • Axel
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    Brian, thanks for stopping by. I'd love my fears to turn out to be unfounded

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  • JonM
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    Originally posted by COB View Post
    As for our group, we play with ourselves, just fine, without any help from others. I'm sure that will continue to be the case.
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