Originally Posted by wiseowl
Just to follow up with Groombug's comments about upgrading, here in Saskatchewan the groups that play (Regina, Saskatoon, and Moose Jaw) have a simple rule for new players and upgrades: Minimum 1 year of playing stock, and earning the right and trust to use an upgraded gun in our games. This helps protect others from you not knowing the strength and damage an upgraded gun can cause up close and on certain parts of the body.
good thing I bought an M14 then :nod: . I think it's a good idea to play stock, I know even a paintball gun shooting 300fps can be dangerous to a degree.. at 400fps extremely dangerous. So a hard projectile at those speeds I imagine is more able to puncture skin.