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Old April 24th, 2012, 01:15   #3
L473ncy
 
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Need to be ASTM certified, no exceptions, a sheet of polycarb will probably not be ASTM certified for outdoor sports (ie. paintball). Same goes for fully sealed ballistics, even though it can stop a .22 which arguably carries more energy and travels faster than any paintball ever could if it's not ASTM certified it's not allowed.

I recommend JT Spectra or Flex 8's if you want something modular and remove panels (or even cut away at certain sections to get a better cheek weld).

http://www.paintballgear.ca/
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