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Clear, reliable, communication is one of most important advantages in battle. Invest in good, well built radios for you and your team. Make sure ear plugs are snug and don’t fall out. Also make sure your radios are water resistant or water proof. A failure in communication between you and your team members could spell doom.
Now that you’re well equipped, you just need wait for whistle to blow. When it does, race your sniper into a position on weak side. Have him place himself a little forward and a little to side of probable paths enemy might take. It is vitally important that your enemy does not see your sniper move into position. Your sniper must be patient and allow entire element to pass by. Once enemy is fully committed to siege, noise and confusion of battle will provide adequate sound cover for him to begin picking them off one by one. A well hidden sniper can sideline many adversaries before they spot him, especially if he is willing to hold back and go quiet at proper time. Just by letting enemy pass by, in first place, enemy will be confused, as they fully expect that if someone is near, someone will be shooting at them. If they walk by and nobody fires at them, they become relaxed and assume they’re in a safe area. Once, they make that assumption, you pick them off one by one.
The game of paintball is much more than paintball guns, paintball markers and other paintball gear. The mind and plan are just as important as equipment, even if you have laid out bucks for a quality Spyder gun. If you prepare and plan properly, you can rest assured of a good day on field of battle.
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