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Insane Kid

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Stolen Stormtrooper Etek2

12 October 2009 - 11:40 PM

On Friday at Insane Paintball during the remodeling of the store (due to flood damage) a White with Black parts Etek2 was stolen from the back stock room. The gun had been brought in to be repaired by the techs. The owner also included the box with the gun, but the thief made off with the gun and the box so unfortunately the serial number is unknown. During the search of the gun I thought I would give this a running shot. I would be very much satisfied if at least one of you could help me seek out or watch for a Etek2 of this color that has or may potentially be put up for sale within the Chattanooga area in the last couple of days to the next couple of weeks in the b/s/t so we can potentially get a lead and further notify authorities to have the thief apprehended and charged. If at least one of you would be such obliged to do so and find any lead or have any info on the where about of this gun please contact me (Matt Schmissrauter) on here or on Facebook. If all else fails please contact Jared Powell and the staff of Insane Paintball at the following number (423) 624-2121.

Thank you for your co-operation,

Matt Schmissrauter

rediculously fast dm9

21 March 2009 - 10:47 PM

yeah im a big guy... I know. im not sure how fast it was but it was set to 30 bps

it wont inbed so im posting the link


paintballer arrested at los angeles airport

10 January 2009 - 11:05 PM

Phil Dominguez from the old NPPL and Worr Games.

LOS ANGELES — A motorist with more than a dozen guns — two of them loaded — and nearly 1,000 rounds of ammunition in his pickup truck was arrested Friday at a vehicle checkpoint as he entered Los Angeles International Airport, authorities said. Phillip Dominguez of Orange was booked on suspicion of felony transportation of an assault rifle, but airport police said it appears he did not intend any harm and was there to pick up someone.

"He just made a very bad decision, and should not have been carrying those weapons," said airport police Sgt. Jim Holcomb.

The weapons — which included 10 handguns, five rifles and an antique black-powder musket — were in containers in the back of the 47-year-old man's truck, which was stopped by airport police officers at a major entrance to the passenger terminals area, said airport spokeswoman Nancy Castles.

Two of the weapons, a revolver and the musket, were loaded, Holcomb said.

Dominguez's wife, Sue Dominguez, told The Associated Press that her husband planned to go target shooting at an outdoor range with a friend whom he was picking up at the airport. She said she found out about his arrest from a television news report and they later spoke on the phone.

She described him as a law-abiding citizen who treats his weapons with care.

"The guns are always double-locked. He has all the paperwork and everything. He's a fanatic about making it all legal," she said. "He didn't lie to the police and he said they were polite and respectful to him."

Police initially reported that 37 weapons were found in the truck. Castles said that count was an estimate based on the number of containers in the truck, which did not all contain weapons.

Airport police routinely set up vehicle checkpoints at roads leading into the airport's central roads.

The FBI, the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, and Los Angeles Police Department are investigating whether the weapons were properly registered.

breaking news from uspa

02 January 2009 - 06:06 PM


From Paintballx3.com:

“We just received a two page document from the new US Paintball Association from a source that asked to be kept confidential. According to the document, participating teams in the new league will have a lot of say in the direction of the league. From the document, “This is your chance to have control of your own future and to build value in your brand by joining the League to take ownership. You will have a meaningful stake in the success of tournament paintball with profit share and with voting rights in a National Paintball Tournament Circuit.” The document goes on to say there will be two Huntington Beach events, and four regional events in 2009. There will be a share holder’s meeting January 10th in Las Vegas. More later…”

The rise of the US Paintball Association is really kick starting 2009. Two events at Huntington Beach? What more could you ask for?"