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Posted by:
Embers_of_WR@TH_(Team_Tox)

on August 27, 2003 at 22:38:51

Hey guys,


I am giving a speech in class about our wonderful sport (lucky me I get to convert others to this addictive hobby). I need to know everything you know about the playing style of tournament and speedball. I also need the differences between these two I just mentioned and rec and scenario ball. I need a good general guide of rules (A.K.A. chrono your gun at 300 fps or lower). All help will be apreciated,


Shoot to thrill Play to kill,
Embers of WR@TH (team tox)

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