Originally Posted by Crimson Death
Don't ruin my fun because someone else can't hack it.
First strike rounds retain their velocity more so than normal paintballs. That is the reason why they "hurt" more.
Im not disagreeing with either side but, we should as a group come to understanding you shoot a 12 year old with a FS round right off the bat and he barely introduced to paintball you wont see him again garanteed and that would be horrible. We need to help one another in understanding boundries with the younger group so they want to return.Also yes they do retain there velocity no denying that but they also are made of a plastic more dense product not the gelatin substance used for the outer shell of a paintball. If anyone has specs please submit on here so people can compare.Thank you.