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|04-12-2011, 11:16 AM||#21 (permalink)|
Many, Many SPE's ago. A large woods ball game was arranged. Most of Damage on one side and a bunch of other misc SPE pumpers on the other. Game started and every one scattered. I went somewhere up the middle and found cover. In the distance I could hear Gumby taunting/directing people. He was standing in the open, no shirt on, pointing and yelling. He was and should have been totally out of range. It bothered me that he was just standing in the open. Yes he was more then far enough away but what the hell, I raised my Phantom and lobed one out there. My intention was just to try and get one close. Make him find cover and make myself feel a little better. Low and behold....a large pink splat appeared on his chest. Gumby slowly looked down, didn't even wipe it off, turned and walked off the field. I think we lost the game...but I had already won.
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|04-12-2011, 03:49 PM||#22 (permalink)|
Join Date: Apr 2006
|04-12-2011, 09:48 PM||#23 (permalink)|
Join Date: Aug 2010
i went out for one last game one on one with a friend. we only had enough paint for about a half hopper each. we said go and 5 sec later i scored an elimination because i lobed a ball that went under a bunker and hit him in the foot. a big splat on the big toe. lol. about 85 feet from one side to the other.
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|06-21-2011, 09:25 PM||#24 (permalink)|
Join Date: Nov 2009
Location: Pinellas Park, FL
Best shot ever?? Easy... On the old Nashville Survival Games field in Brentwood, TN I was playing on a lazy Sunday... I was the only one from the Ridgerunners team there that day other than Jim and Sam, who ran the game.
Nine newbies from Vanderbilt ROTC came on the field so we broke them up into teams of 5 and 4, I played with the short team.
It was the next to the last game of the day and I was the only one left alive on my team. We only played woodsball in those days and I was in full camo. I was laying on my side in a ditch, snaking my way up on two guys who were guarding the flag station. The rest of their team was looking for me and heading for my flag station. I tossed a rock away from me and one of them went looking around for me. Yes, that trick actually worked! LOL
So as this kid is "sneaking up on me" he walks directly up on me.
I mean on me.
I mean he STEPPED on my chest as he was walking by!!! So I raised up my trusty 007 and shot him in the ***. Point blank.
Yes, Virginia, a paintball shot in the *** can actually launch a kid a few feet into the air! LOL
THAT is the most perfect shot ever!
To wrap things up, his friend came running over to find me and I shot him, too. To finish the game, I hid behind their flag station and waited for the rest of their team to come back, yelled at them that the coast was clear, and shot them when they came walking in. So I had my flag back, their flag, and a single-handed clean sweep of their team.
The last game of the day Jim made me take them all on, since I was the only one all day that had not been shot. Every one of them was gunning for me... I got 6 of them before they finally ran me down...
<sigh> Good times... Good times...
|06-21-2011, 10:04 PM||#25 (permalink)|
Other than that, I prefer the Hyperball field.
TRUE PAINTBALL ADVENTURE PARK FTW!!! lol
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|06-21-2011, 10:08 PM||#26 (permalink)|
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I had that perfect shot a few times...but,the best had to be when I Lobbed a single ball at Carter and hit him right in lens of his helmet cam...It figures it was one of the times his cam wasn't working properly that day
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|06-21-2011, 10:13 PM||#27 (permalink)|
Serving Tea for CCM
Happened about 5 years ago.
Was playing speedball with my phantom. I broke a ball in the previous game and forgot to swab out the barrel. Off the break I shot one, it hooked really far left and nailed a guy right into the trigger frame. BEST SHOT EVER....
|06-21-2011, 10:22 PM||#28 (permalink)|
Red - Black
I was playing pump once when a kid (scenario game) pulled out a Tippmann Bouncing Betty - readied it - and stepped out to throw. I had no idea he even had a grenade - I just pulled the trigger.
It hit the grenade - causing it go off - and it killed him and three others.
One shot - four kills.
Wasn't trying - didn't think I was cool afterward - I was just in awe.
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|06-21-2011, 10:53 PM||#29 (permalink)|
Join Date: Dec 2006
Couple months ago a good friend, his son & myself were the last players at the new trenches rec field. The other players had left early & we didn't have our fill of pump action. We played some 1 vs 1 & 1 vs 2. His son & I had our turn of 1 vs 1 while dad watched. 3,2 ,1 & were off. I lob a single hail Mary in his direction & run for the nearest bunker. I hear his father laughing his *** off & I see his boy coming forward with his Phantom in the air. I figured a malfunction or something. I mean the game lasted a whole four seconds. A single shot off the break on the run found his lens from across the entire field. I couldn't wipe the grin off my face
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Conscious Incompetent: You gain just enough knowledge and skill to realize that you suck at a given task.
Conscious Competent: You gain skill through practice and eventually can do a fair job at a given task with a lot of conscious effort and thought.
Unconscious Competent: Eventually, after enough practice, the given task will become second nature and it will no longer feel "uncomfortable".
|06-22-2011, 12:02 AM||#30 (permalink)|
Join Date: Aug 2007
practicing with more than one setup is good for suiting different styles of play with different groups of players, and its also good for honing your talents in general. I get a lot of good eliminations mostly because of how frequently I practice and train with the team, but also because I'm using different markers throughout the week to practice different styles of shooting, engagement, position on the field and rate of fire, etc. playing with both pistols and full length markers is also great for your skills... my coolest eliminations of all are totally pistol/SC ones
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