Paintball Tips & Tactics : Prone Shooting Tips for Paintball

Paintball Tips & Tactics : Prone Shooting Tips for Paintball


Hello this is Rob Rubin and you’re watching
Expert Village. In this episode we are going to be talking about laying down shooting.
A paintball marker has the main point of contact for your shoulder underneath the grip. Now
this is actually really good when you are kneeling or when you are standing because
it puts the paintball marker right in view of your eye and it puts everything out of
the way but when you are laying down like Joey is over here, you’re in a less than comfortable
position to shoot from because of the air tank being lower so the best thing you can
do is just kind of get comfortable and do a lot of practicing to lay down while you
are shooting. Something else too is that you are going to have to practice shooting from
the tank either on the top of your shoulder or possibly with your body contorted in a
way that it doesn’t want to be contorted so that you can lay down and shoot. When you
are laying down and shooting you will notice that his body position, he is behind cover
and this is what happens a lot when you are playing things like snake bunker and you have
to contort yourself into weird positions. He has got the paintball marker stuck into
almost the top of his shoulder over here and that is because that is the only way that
he can actually shoot. He is also in a contorted way with his back and he is not going to want
to stay in this position very long, right? Right, okay so this is basically the way that
you can go low and go. You want to have at it? Then have at it.

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