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christmas trees work kinda good. not alot of balls are gonna make it through all those branches. old TV's. dressers, doors, plywood, dumpsters, shelves. if you nail plywood boards across two trees and put some holes in them they work great. picnic tables are good too. basically anything that is strong enough to stop a paintball. old sheet metal.or u could use a PS2 cuz thts the only thing there good for.


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I just use junk in my basement like old sheving we even have a couple of old riding mowers that work good.  

plywood and 2x4s get way too expensive

 

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we use what we find in the woods. those big strips of shingles work great for reenforsing a log/tire bunker. use your imagination

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 Another great bunker i made the other day. I have one of those portable basketball goals and I took the backboard off of it and stood it between two trees.
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well, for some reason i have tons of really old wooden snowfencing lying around my property-this stuff works beautifully because its so old and faded, it blends in-giving you the jump on the other team

a good way to make a bunker is to use the other people's ideas (blankets, plywood, ect), and then a half dozen yards away build a well camoflaged bunker out of brush, that way, they will be distracted by the visible bunker, try to outflank it, and run right into your line of fire

my property is covered in sheds, the funnest bunkers ever

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you can use anything and everything even cars.  Me and my friends even used a deer feeder.  It is really fun where we play we have two bridges we play between an old bridge that isn't used anymore that goes over a little creek.  Then in between is probaly two three probaly more acres of woods and the their is another bridge that we play at and it has a lot of post underneath it so we play speed ball under it.  You can also use railroad cross ties.  later
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Dig a big hole, lay an old tractor tire down around the hole, get a big igloo shaped dog house.  cut a long rectangle on the back side.  place dog house on tire with back of house facing the direction the attacking team will come from.  But make sure you tell people who will be going into it that there is in fact a whole.  a friend of mine told me to go get in one of theose to defend, so i ran and dove head first thinking that it was just sitting on the ground.  i ended up with a barrel full of mud.
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check out my teams site its a rec ball field right behind his house...www.freewebs.com/ttpiantball under pics and vids..
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just dig about a 3ft. hole and put a log in front of it.....
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holes get filled with water so dont do it unless u kno it wont rain in ur field. evansville that would be easy as crap to get bunkered in
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My friends and i used some old roofing truses that are made outa 2X4s' that were kinda rotten. we ripped em apart adn stacked em up useing to fenc posts on eitehr side and end to make sure the wall didnt fall over. tehn some ply wood on top and on the back side. and old tables. a hand rail thats about 20 feet long with pallets infront of it and old swing set pieces. and 5 plastic 55 gal. drums. all sortsa of random misc. crap.
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just use whatever is lying around
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use pallets. they are those things that places like home depot stack stuff on with the holes so the fork lift can pick it up. all you will need to do is just cover with branches and leaves and makes for a great bunker. i got 8 of them at my field that me and my friends play on.
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learn to edit ur posts rambo
stone bunkers work mad nice, just stack them up largest on bottom to smallest on top
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why we should let this thread die

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and reason #5 - its starting to get really **edited** by now!

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Sandbags! Go to a local feed store, if you have one, and get old feed bags (not the paper ones), and fill them full of sand.  Then stack them up and make like wall 10 ft. long and kind of curve it alittle bit.  You can also dig trenches and stack some sandbags infront of it to help for cover.  I also had a cool idea.  The 55 gallon drums someone talked about earlier, if your good at cutting and welding, take the top off one of the drums, then take a torch and cut off the bottom, and do a few like that.   Then lay them on thier sides and butt them up together and weld them.  then dig a trench like 3 or 4 ft deep, Lay them down in it, and cover the trench back up.   Then ya got a tunnel.  Anyone want a pic of one of these tunnels pm me.  Good luck!
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