International Paintball Day Club
A special thanks to Sk8er for the banner!
If you would like to join, PLEASE PM me
The International Paintball Day Club is for representing and supporting paintball in a good way and postive attitude. While discussing paintball related topics (Stories, markers, gear, events, etc.)
*No flaming what so ever
*All talk should be paintball related
*There will be suspensions from the club if any flaming or bad misconduct is seen or heard of.
*No BST at all, if you want to buy something from someone in here PM them
*No first post spam (#1, first, anything)
*No more Beau adams day in signatures, the first post, etc etc.
*My conversation with p8ntball@ddict.
He seems like a nice guy so don't **** with him.
Member Requirments and Guidelines
Originally Posted by p8ntball@ddict
Originally Posted by cph
We have been wondering if you will allow us to make the International Paintball Day club again. The mistake by the other members to not report Beau Adams was very stupid and I apologize for their behavior as I was not their to report Beau.
You can start another, but please be careful of promoting a BOS user in your club. This means no more Beau adams day in signatures, the first post, etc etc.
I appreciate the help with this. Hopefully we wont have to close it for good.
~To join you must stay active in the thread
~It is required that you put a link in your sig
~Do not ask to be on Council or anything of that matter
~New members are added at the discretion of the CM's
~There is currently no limit of members
A Little Bit of History
1983 The first NSG National Championship was held in Grantham New Hampshire at a up-country farm and restaurant called Gray Ledges. Despite the title it was actually an International Championship. Two of the eight teams of twelve people were from Canada. A NSG field in Ontario Canada, and the other from Vancouver Canada. These eight teams had survived the regional championships, and had progressed to this point. A capture the flag game on a 30 acre patch of forest that became the field of victory for "The Unknown Rebels" A team from NSG London Ontario. The Prize $3000 to the winning team, and $1000 to the runners up "12-Man Jury" the Miami team. People Magazine (Oct 24, 1983) hailed the Canadians as the first world champions. Credit to MIYOUNGGUN for finding this.
Hangaround (kinda co-savior)
Everyone who joins remember to stay active in the thread