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08 May 2011 - 04:55 PMI have seen some good advice on here, but they all seem to not ask the proper questions. The marker has to fit the person, position that they are playing, and the way they play. Everybody has their own style of play. If he likes to play stealthy and go for one shot one kill I'd suggest a pump. Also the type of paintball that he plays is also a factor. If he plays speedball he would have to get a higher priced gun and go electro. Woodsball can really go either way with electro or mechanical. I prefer my Tippman ProLite. It's a semi auto old school marker. It is a heavy gun but that is the way I like my guns. It is also very reliable and has few parts to get messed up. I play woodsball and what I do during the game varies widely. But as alot of people have said get a good mask first because if you can't see you can't hit anybody.
13 June 2010 - 11:50 AMHonestly all those vehicles are good choices because their American. Dodge does have the Durango you can look at for a mid size suv. Me personally prefer my pick-ups. Make sure you also get your new vehicle from a reputable dealer or a someone you can trust about the vehicle. If you do go through a private owner, make sure you can bring it to your machanic to have the vehicle looked over before you buy it. You should have to know how much money you are going to have to put into the vehicle before buying it so you might be able to get them to lower the price. In order to get a vehicle in the price range you are looking at you are going to be getting a high mileage. You're also going to have most likely have to get a vehicle probably no newer then a 20002 because you are looking at a suv. Well good luck in finding your vehicle.
11 October 2009 - 12:51 AMPut the 3 wounded heroes on the east side of the river concealed as best as possible with 2 detonators each to blow the 6 barrels of gasoline witch are 100 yards out and 25 yards apart. Use the flatbed truck to transport the barrels. The 3 wounded heroes then wait for the best time to blow the barrels and take out as many men as possible before dieing. Park the flatbed truck in the middle of the road about 100 feet from the bridge to create a road block. Set up the 2 anti-tank teams on both sides of the road concealed as best as possible to take out the tanks as they cross the bridge. Have the sniper in a building sniping and the rest of the men ambushing the road. You should only lose the 3 heroes and no men if the ambush is sucessful.
The barrels themselves should have taken out 25 plus if the heroes timed blowing them right. Each men you have(plus yourself) then only needs one kill while the anti-tank teams get the tank kills. The ambush would be most sucessful if the anti-tank teams waited until most, if not all, of the enemy forces are across the bridge and everyone attacks at once. The flatbed truck would have to be moved before the tanks can move on so their force should be on your side of the river.
04 October 2009 - 12:40 AMIf they don't know you are there stay low and let them pass. Once they pass attack from behind.
If they know you're there and you have gernades, take as many as possible.
18 May 2009 - 10:40 AMGet an older Tippmann. You want a reliable gun go with a Pro Carbine, Prolite, or a 68 Carbine if you want semi. Otherwise get the SL-68 II or the C-3. The only thing with the C-3 is make sure you clean it extremely well. I had a friend that blew a hole in the side of it because of a piece of paint that he didn't clean out.
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