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Scenario Balling Gear


Are you going to be playing in a scenario sometime soon? If so, this is the guide for you in what you should bring to be up to par with the average scenario player.

When playing scenario ball it is a good mind to bring a good primary marker. Bringing something such as a colorful marker is good to show off with, but not good to play with. Not only will it make you more visible it will make life miserable. High maintenance markers such as autocockers are not the most ideal to bring along.

The more low end and easy to strip on the field markers are more desirable for scenario players. One of the numerous companies that makes markers specifically for Scenario players is Armotech, they have some of the most upgraded technologies for the look and feel of reality on their markers. There are many that look almost like real weapons but as we know, they aren’t and can’t do any harm other than the others can do.

During paintball in the scenario games it happens quite a few times that you run out of paintballs, carrying along with you an extra addatube or more is smart. Many people don’t do this, ending up in them dry firing and being wiped out of the game fast. Having extra paintballs leads to a more exciting game and more fun.


Secondary markers are also a smart thing to bring also. A Delta 68 or PT Extreme are two of the most common paintball pistol markers on the market. Also available are the Zeus which Armotech also makes. So if you are ever in a tight situation, whipping out a paintball pistol can make your break your chances of achieving your goal in the scenario.


Now onto camo of which can be quite interesting to buy if you are a first timer. Try to scout out what kind of area you will be playing in on the scenario. If it is a lush forest then it is smart to get jungle fatigues. If it is a desert like area or dry then the smart thing to do is to get desert colored fatigues.


This is usually the standard setup for a paintball player in a scenario:

Marker
Secondary Marker
Fatigues
2-4 additional tubes of paint


It is also optional to have paintball mines or grenades, these make a fun factor into the game. Meaning you can put a whole group of mines on a certain path or road and have the enemy walk into it and get painted up quite badly. Or you can have grenades of which you can use if your opposing team is hiding in a bunker and isn’t coming out.


Well then, thanks for listening, have a good time paintballing and remember, “keep them in the ten range”.
 

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hey a nice tip on packs is get horizontal, they make you bigger but really they conceal more of the pods then vertical and vertical with my experiance can lose pods easily with runing around the straps come lose, if you get any pack make sure the velcrow(sp?) is really tight fit and not cheap and loose.
 

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wow, if i ever go scenario ballin ill have to remember to read this fast. This will be a real help to new people!
 
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