We play backyard ball at my inlaws a few times a year. Usually about 10 folks, and we've never had any problems past a little heated tempers coming off the field. And these always desolve after a few minutes of ribbing and banter
I hesitate to call it outlaw, because the outlaw group in our area plays where they do not have permision and does not chrono. So I like to keep the distinction.
But this brings me to my next point...
Originally Posted by thumper
Outlaw ball >> commercial*, **
** once the dbags get run off from all the private fields, where do you think they go?
The group I mentioned above certainly does not go to commercial fields. They don't want to pay to play, and they won't chrono their guns. Of all the d-bags I've encountered while playing, its these types I find are the worst ambassadors of the sport. And you won't find them at a commercial field.
"If consequences dictate course of action, then it doesn't matter what's wrong. Its only wrong if you get caught. If consequences dictate course of action, then I should play G-d and just, SHOOT YOU MYSELF"
Originally Posted by Tugboater203
We want to encourage and grow the sport of paintball not mock those who approach it differently then we do.
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