The only transferability is your pain tolerance. I found that most paintballers just do speedball and in airsoft you're going to have a bad time. Not sure if you're doing indoor or outdoor though.
Things to do to git gud:
Have a group
Have a plan
Have a gun that is accurate up to 100m
Learn to reload instead of relying on your paintball hopper, get a midcap for example.
If you are pinned down call out enemy position and communicate with the team. A grenade is handy.
I've had games where my team just walked up to the objective because no one communicated on the other side and the 3 people watching the point together were reloading all at the same time. Twas hilarious. Twas the pug skirmish games but those don't really matter much in terms of objectives just fun.
Originally Posted by Danke
No, you're going to stop and find someone near you in this subform.
Then you will pay that person to fix it for you.
Then you're not going to let your friends play with anything unless it's made by Fisher Price.