Pointman Sniper Assassin Paintball Tips & Tricks for Playing Point SAS Woodsball Team MonsterSpin





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Published on Feb 20, 2014

Feb 15th in the SNOW, I take out my Tipx and A-5 with MonsterSpin barrel to play some woodsball. Teams were 7 on our side (yellow team), and 9 on the red team for a total of 16 players. I was using inertia paint in my Tipx and 12 gram Co2, and in my A-5 I was running a remote line with Co2 on my back, and Marbalizer paint out of my MonsterSpin barrel (Apex 2 set at 4 clicks on the end of the new style Flatline). This barrel is CRAZY good even in severe cold! It was 22 degrees F at the start of this game! You can see in the video how straight it shoots. That second guy was VERY far away, as my barrel shoots flat 150 feet, and I had to aim above him to hit him, so he had to be further than that away from me. I haven't measured it yet to know the exact distance.

I am filming with a Contour Roam on my JT Flex 8 full helmet mounted with the furnished tape mount to my visor (with a zip tie that goes around the back of the camera to keep it from bouncing when I run). I have it set on 720HD which is 170 degree wide angle. My ZoomCam is a Sony HDR-CX210e that I play with it set at 15X optical zoom, and then I can zoom in another 50% in editing. I use that one at 1080HD with 60 frames per second.

Willie from Duck Dynasty should have called me to play on his team in his paintball game that aired this past week... It would have been fun to hunt those guys!

Here is my friend Derek's video of this game filmed with his GoPro 3. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BopiH...

Pointman Paintball Sniper Assassin Tips & Tricks for Playing Point with your SAS Team Woodsball MonsterSpin

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