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Old March 28th, 2011, 23:23   #1
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Toronto AO's and close to Toronto AO's

I was wondering what all of your favorite areas of operation were in and around Toronto ? at the moment our team just uses a field and some fake props to practice but yeah, lemme know where you all play at.
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Old March 28th, 2011, 23:35   #2
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Old March 28th, 2011, 23:35   #3
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Where is this field, and what kind of "practice" are you doing?
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Old March 29th, 2011, 09:07   #4
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Come to one of our events, there's one this Saturday from 12-5pm it's a warehouse, address is 2 lisgar street.. Check out the YouTube vids search 1ultimateairsoft..
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Old March 29th, 2011, 15:34   #5
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ritz i know there is a field list, i was asking people what field they like the best.

Illusion: Just a buddys backyard, he has a rather big one, just on the out skirts of Toronto, and just tactical entries and such, random games, just trying to get our team more unified.

Jakal: I just might, depending if work calls me in again, they tend to do that on the weekend, but yeah ill try and reach out. Thanks man.
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Old March 29th, 2011, 15:40   #6
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ritz i know there is a field list, i was asking people what field they like the best.

Illusion: Just a buddys backyard, he has a rather big one, just on the out skirts of Toronto, and just tactical entries and such, random games, just trying to get our team more unified.

Jakal: I just might, depending if work calls me in again, they tend to do that on the weekend, but yeah ill try and reach out. Thanks man.
By outskirts of Toronto, do you mean Mississauga, Scarborough, Markham? Cause backyard battles are really really frowned upon here due to the bad publicity that eventually tends to lead from them.

The field list is basically just what you are asking about, hence why you were referred to it. It is the list of fields that players actively play at and that allow airsoft to be played at them.
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Old March 29th, 2011, 15:57   #7
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Ahhh i see i see, and yeah i mean around there, but yeah ill take a look at that thread, thanks guys!. Also Jakal, ill send a PM your way to confirm if im going to be there or not.
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Old March 29th, 2011, 16:34   #8
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Here is a question. Yes, I completely realize fact, that most of you have a house and backyard with it. But some (me included) - don't. Does it make sense to do some kind "set up event"? I mean - you need to check your gun after upgrade and to adjust it in case of troubles. Where can you do that? I personally would pay reasonable amount for ~ 1 hour of checking the gun, adjusting hop-up and having nice conversation with other airsofters.
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Old March 29th, 2011, 16:36   #9
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Here is a question. Yes, I completely realize fact, that most of you have a house and backyard with it. But some (me included) - don't. Does it make sense to do some kind "set up event"? I mean - you need to check your gun after upgrade and to adjust it in case of troubles. Where can you do that? I personally would pay reasonable amount for ~ 1 hour of checking the gun, adjusting hop-up and having nice conversation with other airsofters.
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Well then... go the the games thread and sign up to attend one of the 5 or 6 events going on each and every week int he GTA

What are you looking for here? someone to come pick you up and take you?
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Old March 29th, 2011, 16:44   #10
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Well, if I understand you correctly, you talking about regular events. But I want to come there ready. It hurts to see ppl playing, and you having problem with your gun... or trying to adjust hop-up in a middle of a skirmish. For example - just install SCS, new barrel, piston head. I want to check my gun. Don't want to go to event, just to realize that something is wrong.
And no - I am not looking for anybody. Just expressing my thoughts.
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Well, if I understand you correctly, you talking about regular events. But I want to come there ready. It hurts to see ppl playing, and you having problem with your gun... or trying to adjust hop-up in a middle of a skirmish. For example - just install SCS, new barrel, piston head. I want to check my gun. Don't want to go to event, just to realize that something is wrong.
And no - I am not looking for anybody. Just expressing my thoughts.
set up a bb trap in your room and test it....
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Well, if I understand you correctly, you talking about regular events. But I want to come there ready. It hurts to see ppl playing, and you having problem with your gun... or trying to adjust hop-up in a middle of a skirmish. For example - just install SCS, new barrel, piston head. I want to check my gun. Don't want to go to event, just to realize that something is wrong.
And no - I am not looking for anybody. Just expressing my thoughts.
Any decent airsofter ALWAYS adjusts his hopup before the game commences, on the day of. Show up early if you need some time to test and tweek your gun before the actual game start time. Otherwise, as Brian said, shoot it into a pillow or a bb trap to find out if the gun is atleast shooting properly before going to a game.
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Old March 29th, 2011, 16:56   #13
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I did. All bb's going out... well but I had a bad experience before. Came to an event, and was not able to set-up hop up. Too much, or not enough... (reason why I did upgrade). Anyway - I like to be 100% ready when arrive to a location. Don't want to prove anything - just my opinion.
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Sometimes by going to the games/events if you do get there early and have an issue, theres usually 1 or 2 guys around who are willing to take a quick look and help out.
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Old March 30th, 2011, 15:13   #15
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I personally would pay reasonable amount for ~ 1 hour of checking the gun, adjusting hop-up and having nice conversation with other airsofters.
Just my five cents...
Stuff like that is and has always been free - it's part of being a member of this community. There's so many who would be happy to help you get all those details squared away, but don't worry too much about the little things.
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