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  1. A Video Tribute to Paintball Snipers

    29 July 2010 - 06:56 PM

    Ok, just for fun. I took the intro from my training and review vids and did a voiceover to stick in the faces of all those who have ever said there's no such thing as a paintball sniper. And I know this is a crowd who can appreciate that. Enjoy!

  2. Why the paintball woodsball world needs paintball snipers...

    16 April 2010 - 05:19 PM

    4 Good Reasons Why Paintball Woodsball Teams Need Paintball Snipers


    There's a full version of the article here:

    http://tacticalpaint...log/....ntball- sniper/

    P.S. Finally! Snow's gone. Hitting warm temps this weekend. Scenario club starts Sunday!

  3. 10 Keys to Killer Camouflage - Module Download

    09 April 2010 - 02:41 PM

    Dang, we just got another blast of winter, keeping me off the field for another week for sure. So, I did some writing for the tactical paintball sniper community.

    I just made available my training module "10 Keys for Killer Camouflage" through my site. I'm offering it to the entire tactical paintball community, as far as I can reach 'em.

    The link is http://www.tacticalpaintballsniper.com

    Spread the link love and pass it on to your teammates and friends.

    In the module I cover:
    - the universal camouflage coloration
    - stealth exercises
    - principles of stop, drop and breathe
    - voodoo camo ninja mind tricks
    and a bunch more.

    I believe you'll find it both helpful and entertaining.

  4. Tactical paintball strategies: movement mistakes snipers make

    03 April 2010 - 10:54 AM

    Moving Too Fast

    When you move too fast, two things happen. First, your awareness goes down. Second, when moving too fast you attract visual attention. If you have to move, particularly when you are camouflaged in waiting, do it slowly, very slowly.

    Moving Too Sloppy

    We are a society of the 7 second attention span. When sitting in wait or when moving in a high-ready stalk, limit your movements to the bare necessities. Get used to letting mosquitoes bite you. Get used to sweat dripping in your eye. Build up your tolerance. Limit your movements. Get efficient.

    Moving Too Much Like You’re Wandering Aimlessly At The Mall With A Double Scoop Waffle Cone In Your Hand

    Put on your tactical paintball sniper mindset. I like to call it “stacking the real”. You ARE in danger. You ARE the only thing that stands between harm and your teammates. The more you can convince your mind of the reality of your training, the more your mind will direct your body to respond. In the words of the cruel but deadly tactician, Ghengis Khan: “As you train, so shall you fight.”

    I’ve seen tons of people dressed like a “paintball sniper”. I’ve seen tons of people put on the camouflage and wander the trails of the woodsball field thinking they’re invisible but moving like orangutans. I’ve seen very few people with the discipline to do what it takes to really play a tactical paintball sniper game.

    This is a summary of my published article. You can read the whole thing here:


    And, if you like what you read, please subscribe! I post some things here but just can't get around often enough to cover it all!

    Enjoy the long weekend. Make it meaningful.

  5. Tactical Paintball Sniper Facebook Fan Page

    27 March 2010 - 05:37 PM

    Here's a new fan page dedicated just to tactical paintball snipers.


    Copy and paste that or just use this shortened link--->


    Head over and join in. Quality content going up. Just getting started so get in on the ground floor, as they say in the elevator business.