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Question for those who have attended.

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Just under 2 weeks ago I injured my left elbow at work pretty bad. I'm not going to bore with details but I was wondering if I would be able to handle this AO with about 50% use in one arm? Thanks for any info

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you are almost two months out, just take it easy, and if you decide to play stay off the hills and dont do anything stupid.

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Really you should be fine, provided that you don't have any major spills. You're not gonna be rock climbing at this AO...although at times it sure as hell feels like it.

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Thanks for the feedback. With what I did I am looking at least 6 months before I am back to normal use that's why I was worried.

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This AO offers a wide range of landscape and types of game play. I feel safe saying you'll be more than capable of finding something with in your comfort level at bh3

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If not, come find me.  You can help me paint the M114A1.   That is going to be a miracle transformation and promises to be good fun.  

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