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This is a discussion on Practicing Force on force.. within the Defensive Carry & Tactical Training forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; OD, thanks for the advice. I can't find a metal-bodied copy of the SIG 228, but this Tanaka model seems to fit the bill... WJP9, ...

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    OD, thanks for the advice. I can't find a metal-bodied copy of the SIG 228, but this Tanaka model seems to fit the bill...

    WJP9, I think paintball is awesome...I was going to buy myself a Tippman A5 and trick it out a bit, but in the end, I don't see myself having the time to play enough, or a crowd of friends to play it with. As training, I think it's a great tactical tool, but I also think can lead to several bad habits as far as real weapons are concerned, IF you're not conscious of them.

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    I'll agree with that last part to an extent. You're never going to rip off 20 shots per second in the real world...at least not with a carry piece. Im mostly in it for the fun and get my real practice in at the range.
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    Yeah, fundamentals like and grip and all really cease to matter without any real recoil, and (especially when you're using cheap rental guns), and there's rarely any use of (or practicality in using) the sights at all...you walk the rounds in. Plus, being able to see the paintballs flying really changes things, as does being able to cover behind thin barriers or even dense foliage.

    Still fun as hell, though, and it does teach some good tactical lessons...

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    I hear you guys. Myself and a few friend do some FOF training we made arrangements with a local Mobile home place to use their lot after hours. In no way is at anything like the real deal but like some have stated it sure shows you that the best laid plan go right in the porcelain god right quick.
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