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Re: Ultimate Madness "cages"?

In Reply to: Re: Ultimate Madness "cages"? posted by PigTech on April 08, 2003 at 10:18:47:


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Posted by:
Kimmo Kainulainen

on April 09, 2003 at 08:30:08

Bill Mills Wrote:
: Yes, there was some splatter through where paint hit poles. The netting used was thinner than normal paintball netting, but it was double layered for the first 8-10 feet from the ground, and I am not aware of any instance where an intact ball or even significantly large chunk of ball made it through the net.

Hi!

Thanks for the info. Did the double netting hinder spectating?

: The drawback to the cages used was their size, they would be too cramped for anything but a 3 man. It seems possible though that they could also be built to larger sizes.

Yeah, it might be like sardines for 5-man :)

It seems that due to the structure of the cages, bigger ones would need more vertical space too, which might be a problem indoors.

Were the cages truly freestanding? No external ropes or anything?

Kimmo Kainulainen

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