Op Lightning: Medic rules FINAL please read.

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Re: Op Lightning: Medic rules FINAL please read.

Postby Yith » Wed Mar 25, 2009 5:10 pm

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Re: Op Lightning: Medic rules FINAL please read.

Postby Wladek » Wed Mar 25, 2009 5:13 pm

HeadShot wrote:I'd suggest that some sort of object filled with paint could be made spherical and small enough to fit in a gun as amunition. Like BBs, but with paint inside. Balls filled with paint. We could call them Emulsion Spheres.

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Re: Op Lightning: Medic rules FINAL please read.

Postby Joseph Porta » Wed Mar 25, 2009 6:28 pm

tried em

I used to shoot red 6mm Paint BB`s at twats who never took their hits at open days, Guess what? they still didnt take the hit :whistle:

they DO work if you muzzle load them on top of a normal BB

dont ever put them in a magazine, they burst in the hop and trash the gearbox :roll: yes i did it, (mind you id only been softing 3 months)

they can be fun in the right circumstance, but id never use them on someone in ww2 kit, its not on, loadouts are too expensive

mind you , some dual minimi toting teflon tw*t wearing desert didgicam there open game in my opinion :good:

real life example:

one guy at LFU claywheels lane had 7 YES seven red paint splats on his back and he never took the hit, ( i had time to Muzzle load 7 bbs and he took 14 hits 7 x .20 bb and 7 x 6mm paint. ) then i walked up and patted him on the back and said bang your dead, he walked off 40 yards, and carried on shooting :)
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