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Slide 1: ==== ==== A very interesting article with great information. http://tiny.cc/PaintBall ==== ==== I was in the middle of a 24 hour scenario and I had casually sat down near enemy lines but in an out of the way place. I made no big effort to camo in, just made sure I was below sight lines and in shadow. I was, however, near what I knew was a popular trail leading into a main area. It was an opportunistic move, aimed at possibly catching some poor soul unaware, as I had done so many times. I downed a juice box and as I finished, I picked up movement in my periphery. I slowly leveled my marker but his gait indicated he was deep in un-awareness. He was alone and walking with his head down. As tactical paintball strategy goes, this guy was "turned off". Beautiful. I didn't, however, expect him to step just off the trail and head directly for me. I consciously settled my adrenaline, which dumped at the prospect of my target stepping right on me if he didn't change his pattern. He tanked in to the 10 yard mark...the 7...the 5... He stepped into the 3 yard circle, oblivious, and I squeezed a slow trigger from the hip and caught him in the chest. His reaction was actually very subdued, almost like he was kicking himself in his head before his body could react. As we conversed briefly (I like to take these instances and turn them into teachable moments) he told me he hadn't seen or perceived me at all. I shared these observations with him. Don't Move Fast Moving too fast causes two things to happen. Number one, your sensory awareness plummets. A fast mover casts their head down and looks at the ground directly in front of them, about 30 degrees. When you are moving, ALWAYS, move with your head up and your marker in the lowready position. Continually scan your zones, which if you are alone, are 360 degrees in all directions. Number two, when you move too fast you attract visual attention. This seems elementary but honestly, I can't count how many times I've watched people get busted just because they brought their marker up too fast to shoot or they moved too quickly to adjust their gear. When you have to move, particularly in a camouflaged position, do it very slowly. Don't Move Sloppy Science has shown that western, media-engorged society has about a 7 second attention span. The research shows that websites, commercials or videos need to get your attention in the first 7 to 14 seconds or you will move on to other things. From a tactical perspective, this means that If things sit still for much more than that, our attention wanders to something else. So when sitting in ambush or executing a slow stalk in the high-ready position, limit movement to the bare necessities. Acclimate yourself mosquitoes and dripping sweat and nagging coughs. Resist them. Slowly increase your tolerance. Build your mental game. Most people aren't willing to go the distance to win, really win. Really crush it. Limit your movements. Get efficient. Don't Move Like You're Wandering Mindlessly Through The Mall With A Venti No-Foam Decaf Vanilla Latte In Your Hand
Slide 2: Get your game face on. Get real. I like to call it "stacking the real". My teacher called it "playing the game". It's the subtle shifting of mindset from "just a game" to entering into reality-based training. I can't emphasize it enough. You ARE in danger. Or your family is in danger and you stand in the breech. When I'm out there, it's my three daughters I need to rescue. Wanna crank up your game, take it to that level. The more you can convince your mind of the reality of your training, the more your mind will direct your body to respond. As the notorious but successful Genghis Khan stated: "As you train, so shall you fight." I've seen tons of people posing as a "paintball sniper". I've witnessed dozens of wannabe tactical players don the camouflage outfit and wander the woods like their wearing Harry Potters cloak of invisibility but moving like rhinos. I love the fact that they're trying, they're having fun. But I've seen very few people with the discipline to do what it takes to really play a tactical paintball sniper game. Step it up a notch. Reach out. Teach someone else. And do it in a way that gets them excited. If you've read this far, it means you get jazzed about the skills of the tactical paintball player, particularly skills like camouflage, stealth movement and one-shot eliminations. That's what I love too. So I created the training course and resource entitled " Tactical Paintball Sniper " - The Codex of Stealth Elimination and Covert Recon. Elevate your tactical paintball sniper game and learn from world-renowned experts sharing their knowledge in tactical paintball strategy. And enroll in our Field Journal newsletter and training resource to have articles and videos delivered right to you, ready to implement! Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=D._A._Kramer ==== ==== A very interesting article with great information. http://tiny.cc/PaintBall ==== ====

   
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