Just a suggestion from someone who has played paintball for the last 15 years. While it is true that the 6mm paintballs are crap, I find its for a differant reason than the others say. While they don't have mch accuracy, thats not the problem. The problem is that 6mm and .43 paintballs are known to be "break proof". Meaning you can light someone up all day and if one of them breaks (you need a break to eliminate someone, not just a hit) its pure luck. Most fields use Tippmann 98's which are built like a rock, but the fields poorly maintain them. If you are serious about playing you can get a Tippmann 98, or A5 of of ebay for $50 or 120 for an A5.
Last edited by Eeyore; March 13th, 2009 at 22:46..
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