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09 September 2009 - 06:35 PM
Black River Paintball Top Gun Tournament
Players have long wondered who is the best of the best. In paintball, there's only one way to find out....
Black River Paintball is proud to announce our first ever TOP GUN TOURNAMENT SERIES. Players of all skill levels will compete head-to-head in a round robin, double elimination format. The last player standing will be crowned TOP GUN TOURNAMENT CHAMPION.
FORMAT & RULES:
* $25 entry fee
*30 player max
*Players must pre-register on or before the Sunday prior to each event
*Register online or at our indoor store/field
*1 vs 1 format
*Games are two minutes. If no flag is hung inside of time limit, players will enter SUDDEN DEATH. This one minute game will decide if one player advances or if they both take a loss.
*Round robin, double elimination
*First player to hang the flag inside the time limit wins
*Open mode firing (semi, ramp, auto, burst) 15.4bps cap at 265fps chrono
This is a field paint only event
*Black River will give away 50% of the entry fee take. That means if we have 30 players at $25, you have a total of $750. Since BR is giving back 50% of the tourney take, you'd be looking at $375 going back to the top 2 finishers- 1st with 70% (ie $262) and second with 30% (ie $112).
*In addition, the tournament champion will be featured as that week's top BR player and will be granted FREE entry and all-day-air at any of our field locations for 1 month (excluding big games).
*The TOP GUN champion will also receive FREE entry into the next TOP GUN event.
And if that's not enough, the TOP GUN Champion will also walk away with a tournament trophy.
Whether you're out for the money, the bragging rights or the trophy, Black River's TOP GUN TOURNAMENT SERIES has got you covered. Be sure to register quickly as this is a limited player event.
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30 May 2008 - 03:21 PMI've been playing for three or four years now, and I picked up a few things that are really helpful in playing.
1. When you are playing defense, make sure you have good cover. You should be able to take an assault from multiple directions, not just head on. If you can only survive an attack from one direction, the enemy will try to attack you from the other. Make sure you're as hard to spot as you can be. You don't need to try to be a "sniper", but taking a moment to think about how easy to spot you are helps a whole lot. Finally, make sure your teammates do the same if they're on defense.
2. If you're laying in ambush, be quiet and sit still. I've seen so many ambushes fail just because someone couldn't stop messing with their safety or running their mouth. Human eyes are naturally attracted to motion. Even if you have crappy camo if you're sitting still it'll be hard to spot you. It sounds so simple, but so often it goes unobserved.
3. Try to set up your defense in in an area where the enemy won't have good cover. Setting up you defense around a clearing works especially well. This creates a massive advantage and can hold up the offense for ages.
4. On defense, don't shoot until you know you can hit your target or they're shooting at you. If you shoot too early, it gives the other side an advantage by giving away your postion.
5. If you're on offense in the situation above, do something bold. Often the best way to defeat such a defense is by making a run for a bunker near the defense. I've seen new players confronted with this situation and they tend to just longall and get held up by it. Even if you don't survive the charge you will have broken down some of the defense and inspired courage in your teammates.
17 May 2008 - 12:46 PMA friend of mine recently pointed out that you can eaisly get to all the o-rings on the bolt of a 98 custom without having to pull it apart. He went on to say that instead of taking his gun apart to oil it he just drops oil on the o-rings from the outside. My question is, will that work? are there any o-rings that would miss?
13 May 2008 - 03:35 PMThis was recently published in a British newspaper. I thought it was really funny considering all the crazy stuff people are saying about GTA.
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