Post by dicepackage on Jul 7, 2003 15:36:03 GMT -5
This is a fort I made at my cottage. I want to use it for airsoft but since my parents won't let me play there I am using it for Nerf games. To build this I used a bunch of logs going sideways. I dug up a trench which I then added a roof and put ferns to cover the holes and give it some camo. One part of the fort is in the ground with a roof the other has no roof and is flat.
Entrance (You have to hop a log to get in)
Another side view
Inside of the Fort
Go down the steps to go in the trench area
Inside the trench
And another picture in the trench
These next two are pictures of another fort my brother made. It is still a work in progress.
Post by dicepackage on Jul 7, 2003 15:54:35 GMT -5
I like airsoft more. Nerf is my airsoft substitute. I am 18 and I still play nerf. I am into modding nerf guns. When done properly you can get the foam to hurt more then an airsoft bb. I haven't heard of anyone playing Nerf in the forest. You lose a lot of ammo but I create my own cheaply so it doesn't really matter.
Man.....bet it took a while to make.....me and my friend set out to build a huge fort with just hand saws........... After the first 30, near dead trees we had to haul up to the fort we decided to stop, maybe we'll finish it with the help of a chainsaw and quad,I have nothing else to say
"Firepower usually means an increased number of misses per minute. Fifty misses are not firepower. One hit is Firepower." -US Marine Scout Sniper School
People are only paranoid until what they fear comes true
at the Lone Wolf paintball field next to Mt. Clemens Gibralter, they have stuff like that. It's not enclosed, but they make little walls out of intertwined sticks and logs that actually provide good cover
they make them really obvious since trees are spaced far apart and it looks a lot like a fence, but it gets the job done for cover
Wow excellent job. Thats really cool...its definitely more than meets the eye. It looks like just a "pile of sticks bunker", but when you showed the shots of the trench I was like "killer!". Great job!