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25 November 2007 - 12:13 PMMany times, I end up beiperson on my team versus 4 or 5 people. the best I learned to demoralize them is hit and run tactics. I'll run away when all my team members are dead, and put a about 100 yards of thick forest between me and them. then i'll do a very wide flanking manouver on them. I go for the slower, less expierenced players first cuz they're usually the ones in the back. then i'll run away again and repeat the process. half the time it works the other half i get surrounded and bonus balled
20 October 2007 - 05:05 PMTo get facts on camo and how to use it, just read the RECON magazine year 2 edition 2. it taught me pretty much all I know about camo. I have a friend who uses digi spec ops, it works ok. for a face mask, before a game, i would just tape leaves and twigs and other foilege all around my mask with some darker colored tape.
20 October 2007 - 04:46 PMI got a friend whos a good player ( for a noob) he just has trouble remembering and understanding instructions. I have to tell him several times and maybe follow him to make sure he carries them out. Help please, do ya'll have anyone like that.
Nobody said this, but maybe the issue is not with him, its with you. Perhaps you either do not explain things in a logical, coherent manner, or he does not wish to listen to you because of your demeanor (bossy, attitude, etc). Maybe he just wants to play and have fun and he is getting what he feels is lame, boring, or otherwise unentertaining assignments. If you want to actually solve the problem you have to objectively evaluate yourself (ask your fellow players their opinions on your actions as well), and speak to your friend. Asking some people on the internet a very broad question when they have no frame of reference in regards to you (which is essential when dealing with a leadership/management issue), will give you mediocre advice as best. With that said your friend probably doesn't want to have someone boss him around, and as a result ignores what he say. welcome to the forum cool commander. and thanks ya'll (especially lenear, you and cool commander kinda took it away).
ya ok. I see where your goin with it, and I understand. I explain it to my other team mates once and they pretty much get( aside from a few details, and sometimes they throw in their own ideas which I do sometimes use). The player i'm talkin about though has to be told several times. I don't act bossy, and in the games we play, theres never a person that ain't fighing when things start up. there ya go. thats my little predicament.
20 October 2007 - 12:42 PMI too was looking at the MR1... What makes the Xtra a "firm gun" The MR1 looks painfully simple and dependable/easy to maintain...
I have one of the older versions. I just like the feel of it and plus its well balanced. And I used it for woodsball alot. and the Xtra is supposed to be like the AK-47 of the paintball world along with the Tipp-98. like the Abercrombie and fitch thing. I totally agree.
20 October 2007 - 12:21 PMhey. Xtra was my first gun (I use an MR3 now), it worked well. One of my friends has an MR1. it was ok, but personally I liked the extra a lot better. it hardly ever jams and is a good firm gun. I would save up and upgrade sith an electric trigger and HPA, or buy and MR2 or 3. if you want an electro, buy an E-MR1.