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Frank Pittelli <frank-at-rctankcombat.com>
Re: Battlefield testing [TANKS]
Mon, 19 Sep 2005 12:05:19 -0400
Douglas Shannon wrote:
> Is port rifling permitted?
> Or has it been found to work against the concept?
I have no idea what that means. Please elaborate.
> I'm thinking that a Tippmann Model 98 with an E-bolt and a Flat-Line
> barrel could place some seriously accurate hits at extreme ranges...
Accuracy and reliable chambering is the key to this hobby. If everytime
you pull the trigger a paintball actually flies and hits the target,
then you're doing well.
> I'm just sort of feeling out where my paintball know-how falls into this
> realm, so please bear with me.
Most likely higher than anyone who has actually battled so far, but
we'll still kick your !-at-!%&% on the battlefield :-) As with real
paintball battles, when combat-induced adrenaline kicks in, it's the
human weapon system that is the key component.