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    Posted: 07 September 2004 at 7:12pm
me and my friends are ganna build a course in my friends back yard (huge open field). we dont know what to use. i suggested garbage cans for bunkers. waht should we use? thanks!
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really anything you can get your hangs on that you could use, be creative
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If you have the $$$ Sup' Air. If not, use garbage cans, 50 gallon drums, boxes, logs, anything you can hide behind. Just make the boundaries clear and play!
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Just get plywood and particle board.  You can also call your local tire place and ask i you can haul some of their old tires away.  Use anything you can find.

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Well on my course I've got a pretty good selection of materials. For one a fallen tree for a sniper, and wooden pallets,wooden boards, tires, one monster truck tire, screen, and a couple of big trash bags with leaves. Be careful with the trash bags with leaves because they decompose really fast. Some people use wooden spools but I don't know where any of them are.
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we dug "fox holes" bout 4-5ft deep and put old, trashed truck tops over them. 

you gotta "water-proof" your hole though, you do this by putin bout a foot of rocks in the bottom and then cover it wooden planks.  make sur there sturdy and ram them into the sides of the hole

we also can take off the top over the big hole (8-9ft wide) and we used to put my potato launcher in the middle for a senario game approch of havin to "clear the artillery sight".  *no one was hurt, i arch the cannon so no one gets a direct hit.  and i made a compressed air one so i just barly pump it up

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plywood there's lots of it after the hurricanes, old tires look cool and are fun to play with, pile turf and make hills, matteresses, and old carpet and 2x4s drums you can find unused hyperball tubes lef over after construction is finished on warehouses n stuff

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