Hello, i have a science fair this year and would like to know if anyone knows any cool science fair projects i can do related to paintball. Im a sophomore so it can be a little more challenging and in depth. any ideas are much appreciated
So today at my field, they brought back "spools" but with a lot less spools and set up in a speedball type field (large spools with various sizes most likely for telephone wires and such). It was the closest thing to speedball yet and i loved it! Sliding into a bunker off the break is so much fun and you don't have to worry about roots or rocks or anything. and it is so much more fast paced. it is just genuine fun. I opened up my interest into speedball and can't wait to try it hopefully next weekend!
also, if anyone lives in mass, whats a good speedball place? i live in the southshore.
Hello, i would like to see everyones opinions on the CoD YouTube community getting into paintball and endorsing it to their subscribers. The people who are getting into it are FPS Russia, WoodysGamertag, MurkaDurka, Av8tqr, TmarTn and more. I think it is great that they are trying to get the sport to grow and have everyone have a good time, but their demographic is mainly 12year old kids. They use a lot of CoD references which we all know is incredibly annoying. I'd just like to see your opinions.
I heard the the proto series was basically the next years dye matrix series meaning pm7=dm8 and pm8=dm9 and so on. is this true? and if not what are the difference between the guns and years. Thanks for input