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SC Viper questions


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#1 Headshot Honcho

Headshot Honcho

Posted 07 February 2012 - 12:30 AM

1. Is there someplace to plug in a charger to charge batteries?

2. Can you play at SC Viper all day (without being placed at a different field in SC Village)?

3. How many people usually play on the weekend and how much actual on field playing time is there?
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And when airsoft is made illegal in CA, you can switch your hobbys to pot smoking ...which is legal there, eh? *cough* Or just marry a dude! LoL

#2 roecar

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Posted 07 February 2012 - 12:25 PM

QUOTE (Headshot Honcho @ Feb 6 2012, 09:30 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
1. Is there someplace to plug in a charger to charge batteries?

Not that I know of, so I'd bring extra batteries.

2. Can you play at SC Viper all day (without being placed at a different field in SC Village)?

Last time I went they gave players the option to stay at Viper only.

3. How many people usually play on the weekend and how much actual on field playing time is there?

Last time I went there we're about 40-50 players



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#3 theuberleet

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Posted 07 February 2012 - 02:23 PM

1. bring extra batteries.

2. as of late there have been 100+ people so they usually split into 2 groups....1 to stay on viper and 1 to go to other fields that are available.

3. from my last post..100+ on saturdays, which is when my team goes.... SC Umbrella Corp.


we have videos posted on our facebook page not trying to advertise but you can see how many people are on our team, which you could double to get a good amount of players they have...check it out on facebook SC Umbrella Corp

#4 Headshot Honcho

Headshot Honcho

Posted 07 February 2012 - 07:46 PM

Alright, thanks for the quick responses guys.
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And when airsoft is made illegal in CA, you can switch your hobbys to pot smoking ...which is legal there, eh? *cough* Or just marry a dude! LoL

#5 Bladez 0f Fury

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Posted 25 March 2012 - 11:00 PM

QUOTE (Headshot Honcho @ Feb 7 2012, 05:46 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Alright, thanks for the quick responses guys.


When I was there Sat. I overheard one of the staff asking a customer if they needed to charge a battery. Bring extra's but you MIGHT beable to. As for Viper only. I thought Viper was alright. (didn't have much fun the entire day because the other rteam was full of cheaters. For instance, I was hitting a kid right in the mask and he was just staring at me and then started shooting back.) Anyways, we had about 50-60 people and we started at the beginning of the day (from right when they opened) and we did two games (4 rounds) on viper, the switched. When we stwitched Viper was Gas Guns only for about 3-4 Games, then they split into 2 groups. So You MAY beable to go to viper, but you MAY not beable to do viper only. People can be anywhere from 20-300ish
A SAW Gunner... Because who else is going to suppress the enemy when you are trying to advance.





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