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Old May 24th, 2008, 10:01   #16
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Originally Posted by L473ncy View Post
I've never actually played in an airsoft game but... it seems like common sense to not try to mercy someone from that far away especially when you're still good to fire. (Except for snipers who I believe have a minimum engagement distance).
Snipers do, but if someone is within that distance, and you can guarantee a safe and very accurate shot on magpouches, webbing, etc. then you take it. But not if it's retarded close like 40ft or under. But there have been times I wouldn't shoot a player even at 100ft because it didn't feel right. Only a couple games recently have I been under the limit. Past three years I've been over with my rifle by about 50fps and no complaints because of my rep. But people trust me 100% so it's a non-issue.

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Old May 24th, 2008, 20:28   #17
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Originally Posted by pusangani View Post
"so call your shots!"
If the chicks were to make out, I'm sure a lot of people watching the videos would be doing a lot of shooting without calling though...
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