Paintball Challenge

by FliteTest | April 30, 2012 | (34 Ratings) Posted in Challenges

In this episode of Flite Test, Josh, Josh and Chad show us a fun way to to use corrugated plastic? Watch as the team builds a plane that is meant to take a hit! Watch this episode to see more!

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JimCR120 on May 2, 2012
Yeah, finally a paintball episode! I think it was a good challenge but go figure, when Josh Scott finally wins there's no prize.

And thanks for not shooting the Corsair. I was dreading it as soon as I saw it on the table. That airframe is just too near and dear to too many hearts.
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ky3orr on December 1, 2012
That build is realy nice. Congrats to Chad and J/Bixler for invention and for J/Scott for winning :)
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constantmotion on May 1, 2012
I would like to see a build of the Coroplast FunBat.
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JohnnyFun on May 1, 2012
Great job with a real fun project, man that plane held up well after getting tagged with those paintballs.
Guys hope you filmed the build of that plane, it looked real easy to fly and a great starter plane for a build so like constantmotion said, lets see the build...

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eagle4 on May 1, 2012
I'm sure you guys could mount a couple of those paintball guns under the wings of a plane. You got a cinderblock to fly :)
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JimCR120 on May 2, 2012
Yeah, finally a paintball episode! I think it was a good challenge but go figure, when Josh Scott finally wins there's no prize.

And thanks for not shooting the Corsair. I was dreading it as soon as I saw it on the table. That airframe is just too near and dear to too many hearts.
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mvaller00 on May 8, 2012
Yeah I'm 100% with ya on seeing a follow up video for the build on this coroplast funbat... I have a box of it here in my house and this would be a great little project. I'm fairly new to scratchbuilds so a build video would be AWESOME! I also like the version I saw in another video where they do the combat dog fight with the streamers... come on guys... lets see a build video. :)
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Sojonen on November 16, 2012
Would really like to see some tips using corrugated plastic. And where does one get it?

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Seamus on October 15, 2013
I get it from my wife, she uses it at work to separate automotive glass that she delivers, try asking around at the local novus and other glass repair shops
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VadimR on October 16, 2013
After seeing the foam planes, I thought of making one form coroplast, now will definitely have to try it.
Fellowes sells Tuff-Boards which are 36" x 48" and you can get them at Amazon.

http://www.amazon.com/Bankers-Box-Tuff-Board-Presentation-3383102/dp/B00691RJZ8/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1381946639&sr=8-1&keywords=tuff+board
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Benn Gunn on November 2, 2012
always cool guys
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