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Old 05-08-2018, 03:36 PM   #21 (permalink)
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If you are at the point that you are ready to fight with someone over what happens on the field you should consider some anger management classes.

I would suggest perhaps using water instead of paint so you are not soaking someone's gear to the point they have to go to the staging area to clean out mask and marker.
I agree with this. Both paragraphs.

Spending all day cleaning that paint off would suck. Can't even throw the clothes in the washer if they are drenched on paint
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Old 05-08-2018, 03:42 PM   #22 (permalink)
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Not sure if I would appreciate my marker, hopper and paint be covered in water, mostly if I am running pump and have the possibility of water getting on my paint or feedtube. Even more so If I am running something with batteries and a speed feed.

If it were me I would probably avoid the hell out of you for my gears sake and let someone else deal with you.

Animal carcasses I can deal with, messing with my gear not so much.
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its a large scale paintball game, you have paintballs flying in all directions and getting lit up by multiple balls-saturating your gear, yet we catch feelings over spray from a paintball hose. No pain from a shell, just getting drenched from crushed paintballs that washes off and that is over the line?
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its a large scale paintball game, you have paintballs flying in all directions and getting lit up by multiple balls-saturating your gear, yet we catch feelings over spray from a paintball hose. No pain from a shell, just getting drenched from crushed paintballs that washes off and that is over the line?
In a large scale game or major scenario game you expect to be hit by lots of paint. In a weekend game you don't expect to you or your gear will be immersed in a ton of water/paint
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Old 05-08-2018, 06:05 PM   #25 (permalink)
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I think this is pretty awesome! I do agree that it wouldn't be very fun to be shot by this thing unexpectedly. But if all the players are aware that you're using it and agree, what's the harm? That way if one person really doesn't want to get shot by your paint stream, they can just try to avoid you. Looks like a crazy good time to me!
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Old 05-08-2018, 06:15 PM   #27 (permalink)
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Hey there is not shell on impact does that make it splater??
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What I'm curious about is if you are wearing a backpack with a meat grinder in it to chop up the paint and get a steady flow of liquid ammo??
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What I'm curious about is if you are wearing a backpack with a meat grinder in it to chop up the paint and get a steady flow of liquid ammo??
Nope. Craig Palmer was literally dumping paintballs into a ziplock baggie, beating it with a co2 tank, and then jamming his hand into the bag to stir it all up.
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Old 05-08-2018, 06:48 PM   #30 (permalink)
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I guess a bucket of paint tipped over the top of an occupied bunker would then be hot oil or napalm. And, those huge water balloon slingshots would be artillery.

But then those colored smoke bombs may as well be chemical agents. Hmmm. Might be and slippery slope.
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