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- March 15, 1972
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30 June 2013 - 05:09 AMI played at a scenario recently, and my general tasked me to be our teams Sniper/Assassin, with the goal of trying to take out the other teams general. People often ask me how I am able to get close to the other teams general. So this year I made a video with a bunch of the Tips & Tricks I use when playing in the woods, typically by myself.
Even alone, you can do some serious damage IF you pay attention, stay hidden, and only take out high value targets.
This video is LONG, but, it shows you what I am doing, so you can see for yourself how it works. I am using the MonsterSpin barrel system in this video, and my flash card on my ZoomCam was defective, so I have NO ZoomCam footage from this one...
If you have tips that you use in the woods, post them here, as I'm sure other people have some great tips that I missed.
11 June 2013 - 01:07 PMWent to a local field recently, and hit a kid about 20 feet away from me... TWICE... In the head...
BOTH bounced! So clearly 20 feet or more is a bounce zone, and we should stick to barrel tagging if we really want to count our kills. (I'm not being serious, just kidding to liven up the forum!).
Here is the video, bounces can be clearly seen at 3:50 captured with my ZoomCam!
11 June 2013 - 12:53 PMI stop by every so often, the view numbers on threads make me laugh... I posted the topic below and it has 31,000 views! whoa! Lol!
10 April 2013 - 05:12 AMI don't really know much about how others play paintball, as I pretty much just play at my own field in my backyard. But, when I do go play at other places, I seem to have a distinct advantage over my opponents as I can put paint on targets MUCH further than others even try... And at those fields it is breaks only, and I get tons of long range kills.
Watch our games on youtube, you can see they are very fast paced, with LOTS of rushing, and strategy. Guys don't hang out in the open, as they know they will get shot, and trust me, it isn't just me longballing at my field, just about every player there can hit you at long range... You can see paint hitting the trees in front of me in lots of my long range shots! So they are almost getting me, when I am shooting back at them.
At our last event I captured my longest kill on film to date. 115 YARDS! This is what I designed my ZoomCam to capture, those shots that are so far away, that without a massive amount of optical zoom, you would never see the hits. I put the contour clip at the beginning so you can see just how far away he was, and the best part is, that player I shot was filming himself with his Go Pro 3 turned toward him, so you can see him get hit and raise his hand from my ZoomCam and from his cam!
04 April 2013 - 04:40 AMI've paid to play paintball one time since I started... (and spent about $80 for that day, course I won MVP for the scenario and won a brand new A-5 so I guess it really didn't cost me anything to play...)
I play in my backyard (Trails of Doom) or at a local church field (Paintball Junkeez). It typically costs me around $15 for a day of play.
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