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21 February 2009 - 08:05 AMThe one thing I'm going to pick on (everyone else pretty much nailed this one) is the comment about TRIP WIRES. Don't EVER use trip wires in paintball. Danger is inherent in that tactic. EVEN IF you made it easily releasable, or you think it is easily breakable, it is far too possible to get tangled and actually trip.
Hey, if you're not ready to feel some pain, then you shouldn't be playing paintball.
21 February 2009 - 08:01 AMflamethorwers just make no sense. to me at least. and I know I would be really really mad if someone soaked me with paint. I dont care if its washable I wouldnt want to play after I've been covered.
your going to get coverd in paint any way from splater so does it realy matter?
Either paint or something else. If needed, there's usually more than 1 person who will wade across a creek, chest deep, even if its a cold day out to flank a position.
If you get soaked with paint, you get soaked in paint. Sure I would not like it but its a part of the game. Get back in the game a keep going, don't complain.
Exactly. Also, as I have said many times, it's not like you will be being sprayed by a paint garden hose. The splatter on a person as a result of a flamethrower would be similar to a grenade's.
29 July 2008 - 10:07 AM
I'd feel sorry for the ppl in the tower if some arrty got ahold of them. 0--*__________________ :mellow: :excl:
11 June 2008 - 08:53 AMOk. You could have a dagger scout, but its not needed. Using a sniper also helps, but he could be used more somewhere else. Just have a radio line with the troops on the front, if they call for a shot, look at the map (implying that you made one, which is pretty essential), fire at the general area, listen to the troops to see where it hit, adjust, repeat. On the first time you fire, don't fire to close to your troops' position.
also, make or buy some smoke grenades, hand them out to troops, and look for the smoke.
11 June 2008 - 08:45 AMOk guys. I've said this before, and i'm gonna say it again. Its only like a little spray, similar to a grenade. You all are looking at it all wrong. It's not like a big concentrated stream of paint that covers you head to toe. Just to get it straight...
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