This is Robert Stewart with Hill13.com. The
next game we are going to talk about is again to improve your snap-firing skills and it
is called snap shot. In this range game there are several targets at several different ranges,
and you only receive enough paintballs to cover the number of targets. So if there are
five targets you get five paintballs. You can fire at any of the targets in any order
you choose, but you cannot bring the weapon to your shoulder, you have to fire it from
your hip. You get one point for each hit, and you subtract one point for each miss.
This is a game that very quickly will tune-up your ability to lay paint to the target in
the shortest amount of time possible. One of the strategies to work this and work it
fast is to pick either the back target or the front target and work your way back through
your targets. So if you start firing from the rear, you fire at the first target before
moving to the next closest target and so on until you reach the target closest to you,
or otherwise known as the Otti Murphy.