Posted 08 April 2009 - 10:26 AM
You gas up the marker, put on the gloves, strap on the mask, and walk onto the field.. it doesn't matter that you failed a test, that your girlfriend broke up with you last night, or that you got a ticket on the way there...your world is right for the next couple hours, this is your heaven on earth... live it... love it..
How the hell could you stop me? Why in the world would you try? I go hard forever that's just how I'm designed, that's just how I was built.
Posted 08 April 2009 - 10:40 AM
Of course you have to know when people aren't sure if that's you and when they know they're about to blow you away. To be able to do that takes some experience, and practice reading body language. If someone stops in their tracks, doesn't bring their gun up right away, but stops and kind of moves their head to get a better angle of vision around a tree or some twigs or what not, they aren't sure. This is when they then bring their gun up and fire a burst to see what it is, and if you don't move they will usually keep scanning for you. If someone stops dead, jumps behind some cover while shouldering their gun, this is when you have to work that autotrigger and jump up like a rabbit and retreat. The goal of firing at them isn't to necessarily hit them, but you don't want them to be able to take their time aiming at your back while you retreat. As long as they flinch, you should have enough time to make it to cover and go from there. And there you have it, a question on gun shine turns into an essay on how to deal with the outcomes of being spotted because of it...I blame my English teachers...
Posted 10 April 2009 - 07:50 PM
Ah your stressing the small stuff. Odd's are if your opponent sees you it isn't because of your black phantom. Also the phantom's gloss black is more along the lines of the older tippmann black paint (just the phantom is anno'd) or in other words, for a "gloss" it isn't shiny