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Old 02-24-2001, 01:06 AM #1
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This information was borrowed from Goob of the Mayberry Marauders. http://www.mindspring.com/~cnall/scenario.htm


Must Have:

Approved paintball mask
Approved barrel plug
Approved paintball marker
Approved power source (CO2 or N2)
Safe Clothing
Insect Repellent
Sun screen (as required)
Water or water container (running water is not available at all fields)
Medication (as required)
Food (stores may not be convenient)
Cash (credit cards are not usually accepted)
Parental release forms for minors (usually available prior to event from staff)

Should Have:

Tent and camping equipment (or hotel reservations)
Raingear
Spare socks
Spare underwear
Spare shoes
Spare gun parts (O-rings, springs, etc.)
Flashlight
Paper towels or rags
Allen wrenches for velocity adjustment
Tools necessary to repair your gun

Good to Have:

Spare clothes
Communications equipment (FRS, CB, etc. This will help you to locate your teammates.)
Spare Gun
Paintballs for chrono/target practice. *if it's not FPO!
Table for organizing your stuff at camp area
Tarp to cover camp area in the event of rain
Electric tape
Duct tape
Extra car key

May Need:

Spare glasses (some people have problems with contacts after long periods)
Paintball grenade
Cool burning smoke
Paintball pistol
Permission of spouse or parent

Donít Need:

Extra paintballs (most events require field paint be purchased at the event)
Cheaters - (cheaters are not tolerated)
Alcoholic beverages
Mood modifying drugs
Firearms
Unauthorized pyrotechnics
Bad attitudes
Bad tempers
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Old 02-24-2001, 01:53 AM #2
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nice info JmaN-. Im sure that will be very helpful to some users.
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Old 02-25-2001, 11:28 AM #3
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Cool JmaN-

thanks for that info...i am going to my first scenario game this year, and that had a couple items i didnt think about. thanks.
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Old 02-25-2001, 04:11 PM #4
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No problem...have fun at the game.
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Old 03-07-2001, 10:14 PM #5
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YEah Jman NICEEEEEE info...lol..


just my 2 cents~
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Old 03-14-2001, 05:50 PM #6
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just to comment, when he said socks, he means it, its amazing how many fisrt time scenario players only bring one pair of socks, also underwear, and deoderant or some antibactirial spray, some peole get really nasty out there!! and another thing i would add a pillow.
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Old 04-14-2001, 04:32 PM #7
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Just bring everything you possibly can cause you will most likely need it all. Bring extra socks!!! I learned this jumping into a river early on in the game at virus, you dont think you will get wet, but you never know.
Yeah russell, just wait till you have to sleep........hehehehe.

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Old 04-22-2001, 08:17 PM #8
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Beef jerky!

You can't go to a scenario game without plenty of beef jerky.
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Old 04-29-2001, 08:54 PM #9
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you left out one thing.

Bring different bore barrels, that way you can get close to the right bore for the paint they give you.
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Old 04-30-2001, 11:00 PM #10
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The different barrels are not a necessity.
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Old 04-30-2001, 11:34 PM #11
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yes, but they help a lot. I hjave a freak barrel, so thats what i use. no problems here
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Old 05-05-2001, 02:19 PM #12
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Bore

Isn't it wild, 75% of the world had no clue what a bore is, 50% still dosn't, the 25% of us that had diffrent barrels had a extreamly large, small, and medium barrel. Then there were the few advanced that had 5 barrels.

Now the freak set comes out, and dont get me wrong, it works great, I have one also.. But it seems like bore size is now one of the most important things in paintball....

Does the bore make a diffrence? Yes.. Will 99% of the time you be using the blue bore? Yea, you will be... Did freak come out with a awsome product on an idea that people will spend alot of money on something they really dont need????

yea, probably.

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Old 05-18-2001, 04:21 PM #13
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Lots and lots of water.
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Old 05-21-2001, 11:19 AM #14
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Well is just like camping....

when you go out camping in the woods you have to take everything!

So it's the same thing with scenario games!

Don't forget toilet paper!! that is very important!!!!
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Old 06-12-2001, 03:04 PM #15
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Firewood..bring firewood....we went to D-day and after the torrential storms that hit Friday and Saturday nights there wasn't a dry piece of wood to be found. Go to army surplus and buy yourself some good old fashioned MRE's. Very easy to fix and nothing to cleanup. Also..don't go cheap on your tent if your using one.
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Old 10-13-2001, 05:07 PM #16
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One should also pack batteries it seems more equipment require them these days.
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Old 11-25-2001, 12:28 AM #17
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extra everything, i like to have just about everything backed up in case tsomthing goes wrong. i know this can get expesive, but it helps. also, keep your geer organized, i know this isnt exactly somthing to bring, but if you have an organized toolkit with spare parts it helps alot.

if your on a team, frs radios, and if not you can still keep in touch with the generals and the like. those puppies got us an award at one of the games we went to cause we told the generals everything they needed to hear. we also got to run the first mission at the next game becuse of our repution.

bring a sence of pride and a winning spirit, but when the time comes let it get crushed and swollow it, cause trash talk is fun, but when your wrong your wron, so good judgement is a better word i guess.

and bring a lack of fear of getting hit. your hit, your out for mabe 20 minutes, often times less. you have all day to play, so take it easy if you get hit. this means not sitting in the back of the lines when you r teem needs to push to win. if your not getting shot at in a fire fight, youd better be one sneaky person, or youd better get to where you can shoot at someone, which is generaly within their range.

im done ranting, if any of you guys are in the tri state area (ie pensy NJ or ny) mayhaps ill see you out there. good luck all and have fun!
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Old 12-09-2001, 09:50 PM #18
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I've made a few scenarios & the list is dead on. I would like to add that running around for a 24 hr game can cause a baaaad case of B.O. Throw in a pack of handi-wipes with your gear to give you a some-what clean feeling. Also, bring a few extra towels. It's handy to clean equipment off as well as to dry yourself off after you take you handi-wipe bath.
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Old 12-28-2001, 07:15 PM #19
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What to bring...

I don't know if I missed it on another post, but I like to bring one of those ready-to-use toothbrushes when I play 24hrs. Also, granola bars and/or meal replacement bars are nice too.

I also take my ghillie suit. I used to use a homemade burlap deal, but then we created the GHOST RCS and that's all I use now. Give it a try and see for yourselves.

Hope this helps


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Old 01-25-2002, 09:21 AM #20
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Talking Other items to bring

The list is pretty accurate, however, as a producer/director you would be surprised at two of the most important things that 75% of scenario players forget to bring.

1. A watch, how are you supposed to know when you are finished with a mission if you can't tell how long you have been on it?

2. A flashlight, the best type of light to get is a small pen light with a red lense so that you can read mission cards and maps. However, another thing that I have done is mount a Mini Mag flashlight with a pressure pad to the shroud of my Mag and use it for spotting "targets". Works great because you can actually see the paintballs shooting through the light at your intended "victim".
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Old 01-26-2002, 11:42 PM #21
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yes of course, a watch, how could i forget such a crucial thing. and as for the bo problem spray deoderant, and glade spray for the tent. but then, who needs sleep?
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