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Thread: The AO Army Living Legends Museum

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    The AO Army Living Legends Museum

    I just got off the phone with Sean @CPX

    The museum will be in a 20x30 tent with grid walls and tables. A small area of the back of the booth will be a VIP area for Legends only so that they can get away from the crowd and stage in private. that leaves a 20x20 area for the museum and I guarantee it will be filled to the brim.

    Not only that but I spoke with Josh at J4 paintball and they will be bringing a shooting booth that we will be putting next to the museum so that people can shoot a couple choice old school guns.

    All of this is being provided to us and I cannot be more happy with the outpouring of support I am getting from the paintball world. This whole endeavor has become a very positive and nerve racking experience for me.

    I have to thank alot of people for this and there will be a list when all this is said and done if I live through it



    This... Is... Happening....

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    to make this easier on ALL OF US there is now a registration system in place to make sure the items that you bring for the museum get back to you in the most efficient way possible

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    Dude you have gone above and beyond for this entire AO army venture. Hats off to BTAutoMag

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    You dont know what above an beyond is until you see what shows up at the booth...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BTAutoMag View Post
    You dont know what above an beyond is until you see what shows up at the booth...
    Will a Mr. Orr be shooting an automag??? Is he bringing goodies to show off?

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    Yes he is. I'll make sure Sniper #1 is there if it kills me

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    I really can't wait.

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    I'm sure glad I decided to come. Sounds like it is going to be amazing

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    sounds like it will be epic. too bad I cant make it.
    My sydarm weighs less than yours!!!

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    At least your tripple will be there

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    Just stickied the thread.... We can make this the "official" thread. I'll try to itemize what i'm bringing and post it up. I can start drafting up the name plate stuff when I get some free time. If anyone is interested and bringing something to the museum please post up a picture of a description of what it is and I can make a name plate for you.

    Keep working your magic BT!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BTAutoMag View Post
    At least your tripple will be there
    its gota get done, the parts need to get made, I still need to dimension the parts properly, im guessing it wont be there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bunny View Post
    Just stickied the thread.... We can make this the "official" thread. I'll try to itemize what i'm bringing and post it up. I can start drafting up the name plate stuff when I get some free time. If anyone is interested and bringing something to the museum please post up a picture of a description of what it is and I can make a name plate for you.

    Keep working your magic BT!!
    I'm going to be doing toe tags for the most part.

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    We need to tag every item that is on display and keep a ledger of everything.

    "I'm not happy unless you're not happy"

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    I plan on keeping a list of everything that comes in. hopfully I'll be talking with a few photographers to get pictures of each item

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bunny View Post
    Just stickied the thread.... We can make this the "official" thread. I'll try to itemize what i'm bringing and post it up. I can start drafting up the name plate stuff when I get some free time. If anyone is interested and bringing something to the museum please post up a picture of a description of what it is and I can make a name plate for you.

    Keep working your magic BT!!
    Thanks, Bunny. I'll have to do a little more research on my Rapide and my HyPerMag.

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    I can bring my SL 68 II

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    If it didn't cost a fortune to ship, I'd get my buddy's double barreled, box fed Tippmann A5.

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    i've got a mint in the box F2 Illustrator and a JT Crossfire mask i can bring as well.

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    let me know what if anything you want me to bring.

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    Bring what you feel comfortable bringing

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    it may boil down to how much room I have in the car.

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    That's ok.

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    I had a thought, we need a large screen tv and video and show some of the old mag vs cocker tournament footage.

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    have it play some fred shultz "the fun of paintball" footage

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    A projector would be easier to handle, but if it's too bright outside it would be hard to see.

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    something for cpx to supply

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    I have a projector and laptop and/or DVD player that I would be willing to bring. I don't have a screen or a generator to power them, though. If our tent has white walls, a screen shouldn't really be a problem. We can just project on one of the inside walls.
    Did I say inside walls?

    Zac, will our tent have power? If it will, we won't have a problem.

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    I will have to check but just assume for the time being that it's a no

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    I want in on this.
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    absolutly!

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