Originally Posted by AoiShikaku
Also when you mentioned that I had to work myself up to the sniper level, if I had the previous experiences in paint ball where I basically worked my way up to sniper, ex. soldier, support gunner, tactician, designated marksman, spotter, etc. Would that count as experiencing for understanding roles/working your way up or is it completely different in airsoft?
Like I said, it would be helpful in the same way having the private pilot license would be to flying a fighter jet. It means you understand some of the basics and principals that someone without the experience may not. But what's important is the airsoft-specific stuff you need to learn. It'll come in time.