Paintball Splatters


My brother’s always been kind of a freak with guns. He’s not really the type to start his own militia or turn into some gun-toting mountain main, mainly because it would probably get his shoes dirty, but for as long as I can remember, he’s always been into some type of shooting – generally aluminum cans or large empty buildings.

My favorite addition to his collection that I’ve actually used has to be his paintball guns. I’m a horrible shot with anything bullet-related, so when it comes to splattering paint all over an wheelbarrow that’s laying on its side, I’m a huge fan. And not to terrible at it. It’s also good to know that the fill inside paintballs is non-toxic, non-caustic, water-soluable and biodegradable, I wouldn’t want to cause any serious injury. Besides, It rinses out of clothing and off skin with mild soap and water.

Looking at the different paintball supplies kind of makes me want to stock up on paintballs and knock some sense into the kids that taunt my dog on a regular basis. I feel like justice would prevail if those kids had to walk home with splatters of paint all over them. I’m such a vigilante.

Now that we share this love for this sport, we’ve made our own teams and compete at Urban Paintballing London. they have many inflatable objects (referred to as bunkers) of various sizes and shapes to create a “layout” designed to allow players to formulate plans or strategies. Paintball is definitely an exciting sport, and above all it’s is fun!

3 Comments

  1. Emily

    I would think that it would be fun or cool to have many different colors of paint balls on hand – maybe even on their own rack or shelf, like spices – to “label” different said kids. Hmmm, the possibilities…

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