Posted 09 June 2008 - 10:05 AM
As for range, yes I can agree with that. I typically can out shot most others on the team, but accuracy, I would say isn't the best unless pretty close range.
However if wind is a factor, which any game outside if sure is, then it really doesn't matter.
I have played indoors in the past. In those games the flatline owns, no wind to factor and if you match the paint to the barrel right, it does truly own.
Only barrel I've ever seen that doesn't arc a shot.
I buy high quality every time and I have never had a ball break in the barrel. Of course then again, I don't spray either unless needing to charge or cover, so the most I shot at one time is around 5-7 shots in doing so, you only really need 3 to take a person out.
Black ants, no-see-ems, mosquitoes, nats, flies, and other bugs are all part of the excitement!
You have to learn how to crawl before you can walk. You have to learn how to walk before you can run.
Mostly importantly, you must be willing to do all three in a game of woods-ball.
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