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In Topic: Living Legends 6

14 May 2013 - 09:45 PM

They did not have the personnel in order to run a booth this weekend, so they were not able to make it. We do have some eNMEy's in stock in the proshop.

thank you for the info. and how much are they in the proshop? also what colors will you have available? thanks again.

Last time I was there, they were $139. I think they had most if not all of the colors. All guns from CPX come with a one-year membership as well.

In Topic: Camping at CPX for LL6

06 May 2013 - 09:34 PM

Whats the position on generators as far as noise goes?

I think this is already covered in the rules under "be courteous" and "11:30pm noise curfew." This is the first year I'm bringing one and made it a point to get a quality inverter generator that is very quite. Hopefully people will continue to use them responsibly so we don't see any limitations imposed. That said, I recall at LL4 a CPX team had a large generator that they ran well into the early morning hours that was so loud I opted to bring ear plugs for LL5, even if I was 200 yards away. If you're looking for specifics, I'd say under 60dB (normal conversation) for the night would be greatly appreciated by those of us who try to get some sleep in.

In Topic: Camping at CPX for LL6

06 May 2013 - 07:50 PM

Sean, are there any water spigots that will be available for guest use, say for us to fill shower bladders and the like? If so, where might they be located? Also, for campground #3, are we allowed to pull vehicles up to unload, setup, and then move them to the lot? Seems far to lug tents, etc. there otherwise.

In Topic: Were to keep gear

06 May 2013 - 07:35 PM

Never been to CPX was planning to go to this year but injury preventing from that.

But what I do is bring my gear in a large lockable hard case. Then I use a bike lock and lock the whole hard case to a pick nick table or post of some sort. It's not theif proof but I figure its enuff a detergent that most douchebags will move on to easier targets.

If I have stuff I don't need regularly that stays in the truck.

This. I suggest a rolling lockable case by Plano, Stanley, etc. Expect to pay $30-$60. Then get a lock that will fit (combo is good if you are worried about losing your keys) and a steel cable with loops on both ends. You worked hard (or someone did, anyway) to pay for your gear, it's prudent to spend some money to protect it. Leave spare parts, backups, etc in the car.

In Topic: Underwear

13 April 2013 - 05:21 PM

Blackhawk engineered fit boxer briefs. Available on Amazon, opticsplanet.com, etc. Part moisture-wicking, part mesh, very comfy.