I'm relatively new and wondered if this is something that has come up before or if not, if there are any lawyers in the group that may shed some light. I'm not really looking for laymen's opinions, because they won't mean anything in court.
I shoot bio-BBs only just like many players. I also know that bio-BBs fragment or fracture on impact more easily than regular BBs. If I knowingly shoot bio-BBs at someone wearing mesh goggles and they are injured (possibly blinded and/or horribly disfigured) and they decide to sue me, am I liable?
Has this come up in a court case before? Would it be thrown out because the victim knew the risks (assuming I could convince the court he did know the risks)?