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Thursday, April 13, 2006

Tippinators Start 2006 Season at Black Friday

The Tippinators attended, worked and played at the event that most players consider to be the start of the paintball season in eastern Canada, the hugely popular "Black Friday" scenario game, was held on April 14th 2006 at Mersey Road Paintball in East River Nova Scotia. A total of 322 players from throughout the region braved heavy rain and cold temperatures at the start of the day to make the 2006 edition of Black Friday a huge success.

Monday, April 3, 2006

Thundering A5s

By Austin "Juno" Flaherty

originally published in the April 2006 issue of Action Pursuit Games

I crouched quietly behind a series of fallen trees, watching patiently as the enemy players moved into positions at the bottom of the hill. I gripped my Tippmann A5 tightly and looked across to see my teammates in similar positions. We knew the woods like the back of our hand; every bunker was mapped out and all the angles were covered. We were in the position to strike.

We stood up and began to fire. Paintballs came down on the enemy like torrential rain. The sounds of our A5s were like the thunder of the storm. Markers and hands rose up out of bunkers and players walked off the field. At the end, we were left standing and no opposition remained. The "Tippinators" were victorious.

Could a Canadian Woodsball Team Successfully Storm the Speedball World?

Could a Canadian Woodsball Team Successfully Storm the Speedball World? By Jordan F. Ricks

Nestled in the picturesque countryside near Halifax, Canada, a battle-worn speedball field rests peacefully in the early morning shadows of towering elm trees and native oaks. The stained inflatable bunkers and trampled grass of Mersey Road Paintball projects a striking visual contrast to the serene backdrop of the untainted Nova Scotia landscape; yet, the speedball field somehow seems perfectly suited to exist alongside some of Mother Nature's finest work.