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Everyone should have a Hobby, What's yours


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#1
ZippoReel

ZippoReel
  • LocationUSA

Never mind 



#2
AndyB

AndyB
  • LocationWestern North Carolina

Wow! I just like hiking and camping and playing drums. I like my recording gear, but I try to get away from it when I can!



#3
JackHenry

JackHenry

Fantastic



#4
Matt Martin

Matt Martin

very very cool


Matt Martin
Philadelphia, PA

#5
CCalandro

CCalandro
  • LocationLA

It used to be skydiving, then that turned into a job and I got out of it.  Now it's hang gliding.



#6
Chris Woodcock

Chris Woodcock
  • LocationN.Ireland
I used to be a professional paintballer stopped for now to focus on my career.

Here is a video someone took of myself and my team in action



Big PC gamer, archery and used to do tae kwon do
Chris W

#7
johnpaul215

johnpaul215
  • LocationPhiladelphia - PA - USA

That's awesome! It seems like a completely plausible Cold War era device too. Very well done. 


johnpaul golaski - Philadelphia PA USA - www.JOHNPAUL215.com
FCC LP Call Sign WQQM443


#8
Michael P Clark

Michael P Clark
  • LocationAtlanta, Georgia, USA

Disc Golf!


Michael P. Clark, CAS
Atlanta, GA


#9
Toy Robot

Toy Robot
  • LocationBrooklyn, NY

Really cool Zippos!


\\\\\\ Alex Ramirez
Toy Robot Studios
FCC Call Sign WQPU870


#10
Marc Hoppe

Marc Hoppe
  • LocationPompton Lakes, NJ
Disc golf and curling.

#11
Henchman

Henchman
  • LocationEncino, CA
I used to be an avid model builder.
Now I play paintball. Try and get out every Sunday.
It's my Anti drop dead of a heartattack activity.
Gets me moving all day after a week of mostly sitting.
But I also like to work on my guns, doing mods.
Here's some I anodized myself, and one I did in carbon fibre.

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jerrys gun by markwhensley, on Flickr


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Untitled by markwhensley, on Flickr

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Untitled by markwhensley, on Flickr
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Untitled by markwhensley, on Flickr
IMDB Credits

Living the Dream

#12
justanross

justanross
  • LocationCalgary Alberta Canada
My God Henchmen! What are those Shockers? There is a reason SP went out of business other then the fact they tried to sue everyone. Shitty guns :P Best guns I owned were the Mac Dev Droid and a 2K4 Shocktech Timmy which I still have.
www.facebook.com/FierceSound Twitter: @FierceSound

#13
Henchman

Henchman
  • LocationEncino, CA

My God Henchmen! What are those Shockers? There is a reason SP went out of business other then the fact they tried to sue everyone. Shitty guns :P

Best guns I owned were the Mac Dev Droid and a 2K4 Shocktech Timmy which I still have.

Nope. Most reliable paintball guns ever. Automags.
Built like tanks. Super easy to maintain.
The level 10 anti chop bolt is simple brilliant.
No electronics. All pneumatic. But you can stick your tong in the breach, and the bolt will stop the second it touches it.
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Living the Dream

#14
justanross

justanross
  • LocationCalgary Alberta Canada

My God Henchmen! What are those Shockers? There is a reason SP went out of business other then the fact they tried to sue everyone. Shitty guns :P
Best guns I owned were the Mac Dev Droid and a 2K4 Shocktech Timmy which I still have.
Nope. Most reliable paintball guns ever. Automags.
Built like tanks. Super easy to maintain.
The level 10 anti chop bolt is simple brilliant.
No electronics. All pneumatic. But you can stick your tong in the breach, and the bolt will stop the second it touches it.


DAMN IT! I knew it. I thought they might be automags.

Nice collection btw.
www.facebook.com/FierceSound Twitter: @FierceSound

#15
Henchman

Henchman
  • LocationEncino, CA

Nice job anodizing, I have to learn how to do that. Guns look really good. Great hobby.


Anodizing is quite easy, and pretty inexpensive.
Battery acid, power source, and some dye.
You can remove old anodize with drano. Or you can buy a special solution.
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Living the Dream

#16
Chris Woodcock

Chris Woodcock
  • LocationN.Ireland
never seen a working auto mag haha

Best marker out there is the Planet Eclipse Geo. I used to shoot angel markers for a long time before switching to PE.

Here are some of the guns I have had over the years

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The bottom on was my favorite gun it was a blood red Eclipse Geo, you can just about see it, I still to this day wish I had taken some photos of it
Chris W

#17
Johnathan Sessoms

Johnathan Sessoms
  • LocationOrlando, FL

I used to do a lot of paintballing myself. I also got into airsoft. If I had my guns out of storage, I'd post a photo. I have a SCAR airsoft and a SP Impulse paintball. I miss those days. I'm going out to play soon!


Sessoms

#18
JClark

JClark
  • LocationVA

Super awesome Zippo! 



#19
stephensharrod

stephensharrod
  • LocationLos Angeles

I enjoy running, playing the drums and looking on these forums.  ^_^


Stephen

#20
JackHenry

JackHenry

Recording is my hobby. I'm a retired Police Officer.

 

Orchestral Samples

 

Choral samples



#21
Cloud Wang

Cloud Wang
  • LocationShanghai,China

taking photos.....any flickr fans here ?

 

http://www.flickr.com/photos/cloud_w/



#22
hemmerlinj

hemmerlinj

I play my Bass, and just got into Eurorack Modular Synths (Stay away from this unless you want to blow serious amounts of money really fast).  And I've been building RC cars for the past few years.  This I find the most relaxing.  Painting and redesigning bodies in particular.  It makes one hell of a mess though.  I make RC drifting cars and I have a Rock Crawler as well.  I almost never get a chance to run them though.


973-600-2539 jason.hemmerlin@gmail.com

#23
engaudio

engaudio
  • LocationAuckland, New Zealand

Being a sound mixer gives me the lifestyle for my hobby.

When I'm not mixing i'm umm, mixing/editing/recording elsewhere, far away usually.

 

http://naturesounds.co.nz

https://soundcloud.com/naturesounds_nz

 

Regards,

Grant.


Grant Finlay ENG/EFP sound recordist: Auckland, NZ.
http://naturesounds.co.nz
http://grantfinlay.com

#24
cmassey

cmassey
  • LocationDallas, TX

Amateur radio...after a long day, sit at the computer doing paperwork and fire up the rig.  Can listen while I pound away...then convert the computer to operate the radio. 

 

When I go on location for more than a couple of days, I always haul a small HF rig along for nites.  Beats the heck out of TV...plus I can often get locals to steer me to the best cafes, coffee spots or just things that you will never find in a guide book. 

 

cleve/W5CE



#25
justanross

justanross
  • LocationCalgary Alberta Canada

never seen a working auto mag haha

Best marker out there is the Planet Eclipse Geo. I used to shoot angel markers for a long time before switching to PE.

Here are some of the guns I have had over the years





[IMG]http://i130.photobuc...l/Photo0190.jpg



The bottom on was my favorite gun it was a blood red Eclipse Geo, you can just about see it, I still to this day wish I had taken some photos of it


I owned a few Ego's, great guns. I always wanted to own a Angel. But they always seemed alittle more complicated then other guns out there.

I always preferred closed bolt designed guns. The Geo was just coming out when I was getting out of paintball.
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#26
pverrando

pverrando

75 meters is hopping this week, Cleve (March 12)

Spring break paintball tomorrow with my kid!

 

Pete

KQ5I



#27
Nick Campbell

Nick Campbell
  • LocationN. Hollywood, CA

I DJ and do standup comedy. I also study urban planning and play board games.



#28
Cujo

Cujo
  • LocationAtlanta, Ga.USA

My honey and our Harley and our last nestling - our 17 year old son.
Also into camping, gardening, custom woodworking, archery, 2nd amendment things, Mother Earth News, Lake Woebegone, and sometimes intentionally pissing off liberals if I'm particularly bored.



#29
DWsoundservice

DWsoundservice
  • LocationSanta Clarita, Ca

When I am not repairing equipment, I am a Motorcycle Training Instructor. My garage is full of two wheelers.


David White
D.W. Sound Service
www.dwsoundservice.com

#30
DWsoundservice

DWsoundservice
  • LocationSanta Clarita, Ca

Amateur radio...after a long day, sit at the computer doing paperwork and fire up the rig.  Can listen while I pound away...then convert the computer to operate the radio. 

 

When I go on location for more than a couple of days, I always haul a small HF rig along for nites.  Beats the heck out of TV...plus I can often get locals to steer me to the best cafes, coffee spots or just things that you will never find in a guide book. 

 

cleve/W5CE

What rig do you take on the road with you??  I have a Yaesu FT-857D that I take portable. I also work with our local Sheriff station, as communications support for their Baker to Vegas relay team.

 

David White - KO6FN


David White
D.W. Sound Service
www.dwsoundservice.com

#31
cmassey

cmassey
  • LocationDallas, TX

Hey David...a tried and trusty FT 817! 

 

Size, weight and capabilities considered, it seems the best option.  If I can't make an HF contact, then the 2 or 440 side comes into play. 

 

cleve/W5CEM



#32
nwstudios

nwstudios
  • LocationPortland, OR.

cleve/W5CEM

 

K7XD,  VHF/UHF contest station.

432 EME. First QSO off the moon with K1FO at 470,000 miles.

6M WAS,

432 VUCC



#33
Malcolm Cromie

Malcolm Cromie

I Like reading books, sky diving, riding horses and hope for world peace!



#34
cmassey

cmassey
  • LocationDallas, TX

K7XD...nice

 

Are you working on the FFMA for 6m grids?  I tend to hand out a lot of grids, when I am on location with the FT 817 and a small foldable beam.

 

cleve/W5CEM



#35
mastermixaudiomedia

mastermixaudiomedia
  • LocationNew Jersey USA

Pinball.

 

Within walking distance of my home:

 

http://silverballmuseum.com/


Kenneth McGee

Mastermix Audio Media

FCC Part 74 LP WQRQ354

#36
nwstudios

nwstudios
  • LocationPortland, OR.

K7XD...nice

 

Are you working on the FFMA for 6m grids?  I tend to hand out a lot of grids, when I am on location with the FT 817 and a small foldable beam.

 

cleve/W5CEM

I actually quit keeping track years ago.Used to have some maps I would color in.

Now that you mentioned it I might have to go through my logs and see where I am at.



#37
iMix

iMix
  • LocationLouisiana

I got too many hobbies (costs a lot of money!), specifically RC planes and helicopters, what once was a hobby is now a legit business.  Call me if anyone ever needs professional aerial photos or video!

www.LAcoptercam.com

 

Also Disc golf.



#38
josefrias

josefrias
  • LocationNew York City

- Play piano

- Play basketball

- Salsa / latin dancing

- Watch movies

- Pizza and Burgers. Figuring which are the best spots to eat these in NYC (doesn't have to be the same place for both)


José Frías

Sound for Picture

www.josefrias.com

FCC Call Sign WQSV749


#39
BWilson

BWilson
  • LocationCanberra Australia
I've recently started getting into photography. I wish I had done it earlier with all the amazing places I'd been to whist working on some doco stuff.Posted ImagePosted ImagePosted ImagePosted ImagePosted ImagePosted Image

#40
chrisnewton

chrisnewton
  • LocationOttawa, Canada

really lovely pictures Bronson.



#41
RPSharman

RPSharman
  • LocationCambridge - UK

Very nice photo editing too.



#42
old school

old school
  • LocationSo Cal

really lovely pictures Bronson.

I agree.

CrewC


So beautiful or so what.

#43
JFGrijalva

JFGrijalva
  • LocationPortland, OR

I'm a die-hard Metalhead. 

Krav Maga, video games, writing/literature. 

 

I used to paintball years ago. No idea why I stopped, it was super fun.