At 5/25/08 03:22 PM, dogstile wrote:
hmm, for anyone who plays woodsball, know of anywhere that sells a folding bipod?
I would just say eBay or here. If you mean like a local shop then no.
On an unrelated note, we've recruited more people. Now we got 6. Only 3 of us are actually good, though. 2 of the other people I thought had a lot of potential, so I thought it'd be fun to work with them. They are just OK now, but they make so many minuscule mistakes that really throw off their game. I figured that sense we are waiting til next season to sign up, might as well take them now and try and make them better, right? Hopefully it'll work.
Everything else has been going perfect. We have been practicing 2 times a week, but good hard practices. Working on every little thing we do wrong. I know it sounds crazy, but in paintball, skill is so close to your opponents that you need to get every little thing down to win. You may see a Pro match on TV or maybe you've been lucky enough to see one in person and you either think 'Wow! They are good!' or 'Wow! I can do that, no problem!' It looks easy, and you may see pros playing and it looks like they aren't doing anything wrong. Except for the fact that they got out.
Basically what I'm saying is every little bit of improvement helps. Every inch of your body exposed is a place to get shot. Every split second you snap out too long is a chance for you to get shot. Every time you head check theres a chance of you getting timed. These little tiny things separates the Pros from everyone else. So to take 16 hours a week to work on one thing is worth it to me.
I just hope that the new people are dedicated enough to practice hard and learn from their mistakes.