Yeah, about 4 feet or so. I have no idea why. Oh, and I left out the best part. As she was shooting, she had her head down so she couldn't even see. Not only that, but the ref was right there and didn't do shit about it. The flag was in a tower, it was one of those double flag games where you have to raise both flags to win with insertions every few min. The only way up to the tower was this narrow ramp that had little posts on each side about 3 feet high. The first game I was able to get under the tower, get a massive amount of people out (I was about 70 feet from their insertion point), and have my cousin lay down some amazing cover fire so I could get out from under the tower, run up the the ramp, sprint up the ramp, SURRENDER (remember that, I surrendered them) the 2 people there and raise out flag for the win. So, naturally I assumed I could do it again. The problem was I was getting shot at by four other people, so I was looking at them as I was running up. I turn my head and catch a glimpse of someone in the tower. I go to surrender them and the next thing I know, I got shot 8 times, neck, left index finger on both sides, right knuckles, face mask, leg, shoulder and a few body shots. Needless to say, my fingers started bleeding and so did my neck. The only reason I didn't shoot her after getting shot that many times was because she was about 14 or so and I'd feel bad about that. I may say some mean things, but I'm no dirt bag. I would never bonus ball anyone, blind fire or just over shoot, especially in woodsball.