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In Topic: Baltimore Anarchy looking for sponsorship

Yesterday, 05:54 PM

Having been in the same shoes you are, don't get too excited for sponsorships from large companies. Your best bet is going to a local field, and asking them if they need referees, someone to clean up, and any help at all. Work for a while and see if you can become their house team. Then you'll more likely be able to get discounts on paint, entry and air. The biggest expenses you'll have as a team isn't gear, its the paint you use at practice.  

In Topic: do barrel really help?

03 March 2015 - 08:50 PM

With a insert kit you can get a really good grouping if you know how to bore your paint is what I meant.


Sorry bud, that's not true

In Topic: The Techpb Gun Club

03 March 2015 - 01:34 PM

I agree with antonious on step 5, many times a situation with stop when  gun is pulled as I have experienced. A guy was abusing his girlfriend in a parking lot, when he saw i was calling 911 he came towards me in a pretty pissed off way saying he was going to beat my ass, so I opened the door of my truck and put a .22 rifle on the seat where he could see it. I did not shoulder it since it or really take it out of my truck, Just letting him know I had a gun sobered him up. The cops came, I told them what happened, and I was on my way. 

The ridiculous part was the girl started crying and yelling not to call 911 and that hes a good man. 

In Topic: The Techpb Gun Club

03 March 2015 - 01:53 AM

The large majority you read about somebody shooting another person in the back, they are found guilty of something.


For me, unless my life or somebody else's life is at stake, it isn't worth it. Things can be replaced and for me, I couldn't shoot somebody based on them wanting stuff. They are still a human being, and even though they are taking my property, I couldn't justify taking their life. 

In Topic: The Techpb Gun Club

02 March 2015 - 01:34 PM

I find it kind of funny that Alaska is very free from gun laws, and has a very unique gun culture. We have the stand your ground law, and a castle doctrine. However, if the man breaking down your door is not an immediate danger, you cannot shoot. The general way the law is told is to match force with force, so if the guy has a weapon, you can use lethal force, if the guy is just some punk breaking down a door to try to steal some Iphones, you cannot. It leaves alot of grey area though and alot of problems when situations do occur.


On another note, even if somebody does not have a weapon, if they are trying to rape, kidnap or take someone's life, and you walk in on it, you can use lethal force.