Saturday July 28th, 2012 marked another fantastic paintball engagement at Adrenaline Paintball with their annual Rednecks vs The World big game.Conditions could not have been better as over 150 paintballers took up arms for either William Veens of Veens Irregulars for the Rednecks facing off against Miss Canada 2012 Jaclyn Miles and her XO Wizzard of The Northern Gunmen for the World side.
FlagRaiders 26th edition of their Phoenix Project, “D-Day Viva La Resistance”, was nothing short of spectacular. What I love about the Raiders field is that owners Joe Kimpson and Todd Ancich and their great staff never rest and are always looking for ways to improve on what they have done in the past … they just keep raising the bar.Â
Canada and more specifically, Southern Ontario, has seen an unusually mild winter thus far. Mild temperatures here have us weathering more rain than snow to date. Not so Sunday March 4th, 2012 as temperatures dropped to well below zero with a light dusting of that white stuff. As a result conditions were vastly improved for the winter game that the Catshack marks as our inaugural outdoor big game to kick off the 2012 season. How so? … the ground hardened and certainly there was much less mud than what we would have had only a day or so ago.
Some of the highlights since the team’s humble beginnings would have to be being invited to join the Canadian Tactical Series (CTS) back in 2008, at the time they weren’t the top team by any means. If anything, it was all about having fun playing and everyone kind of loved them. There were no complaints at all they just wanted to play paintball.
For those who did not catch the live online broadcast last night, you missed the 32nd episode of Behind the Bunker. Show hosts Todd Ancich and Joe Kimpson and company bring the show weekly every Monday night at 8pm Eastern Standard Time. Its hard to believe the team have brought the live broadcast to paintball enthusiasts this long already … its seems like only yesterday the show saw its humble beginnings.
Welcome Kasra Tanha and Bill Barnes of Visual Reviews. While no strangers to paintball, both men have recently emerged on the paintball media scene to provide interesting and insightful videos on all things paintball. In today’s review, Kas and Bill take a good look at the new Tippmann Gryphon entry level marker.