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Paintball Parks

Paintball Parks

Pesignated Venues Such as Paintball Parks Allow For Playing the Game Safely

The only place to safely fire a paintball gun outdoors is in paintball parks. These parks are designed specifically for paintball players, and incorporate features to keep both players and watchers safe. There are many different variations of the paintball game, and you can find a park designed for each one.

“Elimination” is one of the simplest paintball park games. The goal for two opposing teams is to eliminate the enemy players from competition by marking them with a paintball. The first team to remove all their opponents from the field of play is the winner. Hay bales, bricks, barrels and other obstacles may be placed on the paintball park’s field for cover.

“Capture The Flag” is one of the most popular paintball park games. Two teams with an equal number of members have a national “flag” that they must protect. The goal is to capture the enemy team’s flag and return it to base, before the enemy can do the same. Parks for this type of paintball are often played on a large field. Solid or inflatable obstructions simulate terrain and obstacles, and can also be used for cover. This park-style paintball game may have a time limit, or may continue until there is a winner.

“Woodsball” can consist of either Elimination or Capture the Flag. The difference is that woodsball is played inside a wooded park environment. Players can only see a small part of the park playing area due to trees and brush. Stealth, camouflage, and snipers are effective strategies when playing in a woodsball park. Woodsball should always be played in a park environment, where there is no chance of accidentally firing on non-combatants.

Many history buffs enjoy “Scenario” paintball. In this variation, various historical battles or events are re-enacted using paintballs instead of real guns. Civil War, World War, and even fictional battles can be simulated. Sometimes a paintball park is suitable for this game. A playing field larger than a park might be needed for historical accuracy.

“Tournament” and “Speedball” paintball have become synonymous. Speedball is played on a small field with man-made obstacles. Players can generally see the entire field in a speedball park. The small field makes for speedy and exciting play. Teams often participate in speedball or other variations in tournament park fields.

The paintball variations are limited only by the imagination. It is important that such games be played only in safe and approved areas such as paintball parks.

How To Use Sniper Paintball Guns and Become a Good Sniper

How To Use Sniper Paintball Guns and Become a Good SniperToday, the game of paintball is now returning to the woods where it really belongs. More and more people are now playing scenario and woodsball paintball than ever before. Besides, it’s a lot more fun to play in a large environment and there are quite a lot of natural obstacles that you need to deal with here that makes the fire fight even more realistic than ever before.

The paintball industry is now getting flooded with military style markers, camouflage accessories, and even tactical vests specially designed for the paintball game.Basically, people buy the basic gun or the stock model. Then, they convert the guns to be used in the woods. Here, you will find out about some of the essential accessories that you will need in order for you to build a good sniper paintball gun that is accurate and very discreet.

The first essential paintball sniper accessory that you should get is the paintball barrel. You need to remember that in scenario paintball or woodsball, great distances should be achieved in order to hit the enemy. You will be playing in a very large environment and you need your paintball gun to be accurate even at long distances. Stock paintball barrels can’t cut it and if you are a paintball sniper, you will definitely need to change the barrel in order to achieve accuracy and distance.

Barrels come in different sizes. There are 8 inch barrels and even 22 inch barrels. You should also try adding barrel porting and muzzle breaks which will be able to control the air flow to provide better transition when the paintball exits the barrel. This will mean a more stable flight, which ultimately means more accurate shots.

You can also try purchasing an upgraded barrel that will have rifling inside. The rifling is basically spiral grooves that will control the spin rate of the paintball which will add more accuracy and distance as well as minimize the effects of outside factors that can affect the flight of the paintball.

The rule of thumb is that you should try investing a little extra for the barrel. The more expensive the barrel is the better its quality. It will be better milled and the barrel will be most likely to spend a lot of time in research and development as well as testing.

The paintball stock is also another thing that you should spend money on. It will not only add a good look to a sniper paintball gun but it will also help in stabilizing your aim and decrease fatigue when aiming the gun. With this support, you will likely hit your target and decrease misses. Stocks are collapsible and can be folded when you are on the move.

A paintball vest is also considered as essential equipment for the paintball sniper. Although it is not really a part of the gun, but it will also allow you to store essential accessories more efficiently. Try getting a vest with a hydration system as it will be useful for you especially on hot days. Also, a vest with extra compartment for air tanks can help you play the game in more comfortable way.

Of course, what is a sniper gun without the scope? The scope that you should get should be the non magnified ones with a red dot. Magnified scopes are awkward due to the fast paced action in the game.Remember these tips and you can be sure that you will be able to have a great time playing.

As a sniper with these accessories, you will be able to pick off your opponents with one shot, one kill.