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  1. In Topic: Sniper sound track

    16 September 2008 - 12:30 PM

    rothers in Arms-Dire Straits
  2. In Topic: Sniper sound track

    07 September 2008 - 12:19 PM

    When I make two or more kills in one game, I play in my head : you could be mine, of Guns n Roses.

    Rockin'
  3. In Topic: Possible new Sniper rules

    26 July 2008 - 02:49 PM

    Nice idea. We from Brothers in Arms Paintball Squad in Holland do a similair thing. First go in the Sniper team Delta and gets a five-ten minutes start. Then are the two teams coming in when we play team death match. They never expect us as snipers beiing in there at that time. I will talk to our commander about the sniper role, the next time. Would be a great thing for an exercise like Mahlwinkel next year for us.
    Bring on more ideas, Jelly! :D

    Eric
  4. In Topic: Military Sniper to Paintball Sniper

    21 July 2008 - 02:17 PM

    View PostJellyfish, on Jul 20 2008, 10:41 PM, said:

    View PostWoodsball Freak, on Jul 20 2008, 03:30 PM, said:

    Honestly in Paintball Sniping, ghillie isn't really even needed, if I sit still with BDUs in good cover, with the fast paced nature of paintball nobody will see me, and then you can get behind them easy.


    I'm starting to get that feeling. From what I'ver read, just some decent camo,


    Hi,
    Ok, I'm not a sniper or even been in the army. But here in the Netherlands we have a paintballteam and we play in multicam. So I can recommend you multicam as a good option for your personal camo. At least, if you're playing in an wooded area with some grass and long vegetation.
    here that will work just fine, considering we are the only team in the netherlands that uses the multicam :P
    And I have got only some simple thing added to my paintballmarker.
    It's a standard Tippmann 98 custom, with an 16"barrell, drop forward, m98 stock, HP, Remote, bipod, and an Gamo Rifle Scope 3-9x40. And thats a little bit for the looks,but it will help me also with detecting the enemy and for the precision shots.
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    And it's always great to see real snipers going into the paintballscene. Wish there were some in Holland.
    You guys are doing a great job, everywhere and anytime. Respect!
    And if you figure out some techniques that we can learn from,would be great ofcourse.

    regards
    Eric

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