Training Drills for Paintball : Reloading Hopper in Paintball

Training Drills for Paintball : Reloading Hopper in Paintball


Hi I’m Robert Stewart with Hill13.com. The
enemy is just to my left, and I’ve just arrived here on the side of this bunker. In reality
if this was a real game, there would be paint splashing all along this side right here.
I have a safe piece of cover, and my weapon is out of paint. Now, the reason you do this,
it seems simple, but when you’re trying to change or rather dump paint into your hopper,
just doing it in a vacuum is rather complicated. You can spill a lot of balls if you’re not
careful. Doing it under fire is something different. So what you should do is train
yourself to be able to do it very quickly, very expediently, make no mess, and above
all don’t put an elbow or the hopper of your weapon out there to be hit while you’re trying
to reload. Another thing you should remember, is if you can get a team mate to give you
covering fire, that would be best. Now we’re going to show you the proper way to stay nice
and tight to the building or cover you’ve got, and not expose yourself to enemy fire
while you put paint in your weapon. Hopefully someone’s covering me while I snap this open,
pull a hopper, and load up again. That’s one ball on the ground, versus ten. I’m ready
to go.

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