Does paintball hurt?
In general you can expect a paintball to sting (comparative to a thick rubber band snap to the back of the neck, but wherever you are hit), as they're normally shot at around 300 ft/ sec. Without clothes, paintballs will generally leave a welt.
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Paintball, as a fact does not hurt. When you get hit in a round you go to a safe net and you get a chance to recover. If you play speedball it will hurt more than woodsball. P…ersonally I prefer beginers to play woodsball.
Yes If you have body armor, WEAR IT! And usually there is a disclaimer that is accepted by patrons ofpaintball places that implies the user can't hold the park/facilityliable… for personal damages/injuries. Yes but not very bad. Its a stinging sensation that hurts for a fewseconds, then quits. Like getting popped with a towel or something.Usually you will have welts or small bruises It won't hurt too bad as long as you have a few layers on. I foundthat it stings more the moment you get shot and then it hurts ifits touched the next few days.
It doesn't hurt too bad but it leaves welts sometimes I got bruises when i played and it hurt bad enough where i freaked out my 1st time (4 shots in the leg on automatic)
Yes, in fact all paintball guns "hurt". It is not the gun that hurts, but the paintball from them, traveling at around 300 feet per second, which will feel like taking a thick… rubber band snap to the neck.
It depends. Almost all mechanical, or electric assist sear tripping markers can run CO2, like Tippmann, spyder, and other cheap markers. All electro pneumatic guns will jam up… if using CO2 (non siphoned), like, Smart Parts, Dye, Planet eclipse, Invert, Dangerous Powers, Bob Long. As a general rule, and marker that is electric and comes with a regulator cannot run off CO2 (except Azodin's)
It depends on the range the paintball is fired from and the thickness of the clothing that you wear, but generally speaking YES they do hurt.
As much as a thick rubber band snap on the back of your neck, except wherever you get hit.
A paintball chronographed at 290 FPS from about thirty feet will hurt about as much as a thick rubber band snap on the neck, except for anywhere you get hit. You can reduce th…e pain buying a chest and back protector, wearing extra layers of clothes and gloves and establishing a minimum shooting distance.
Yes, paintballs will always hurt, if you cannot feel them under your clothes, you are technically cheating. Although it hurts to get hit with a paintball, you can't wear ex…tra padding because the point is for the paintball to break. Experienced players feel the paintball much less because they are accustomed to the pain. If your adrenaline is pumping really fast during the game, you are likely to not feel the shot too much.
No! They will be hard for about 10 minutes after leaving the freezer, then they will become very, very soft and you probably wont feel a thing if you get hit! If you see someb…ody pulling them out of liquid nitrogen at a field, you should tell someone, but the odds of someone freezing them, making it to the field, loading them in their gun, and hitting you with them within the ten minutes of them being rock hard, is VERY unlikely!
Paintballs will hurt more. They travel only slightly slower than air soft pellets, but have nearly ten times the mass. This gives it more foot-pounds of energy, causing more p…ain.
Generally, it will depend on a few factors such as: Velocity of the paintball, How much clothing is worn, and what part of the body it is. When you get hit in the stomach with… a paintball going the standard rate of speed 280-300 Feet Per Second, it feels like a firm pinch or a snap with a large rubber band, keep in mind this is wearing a T-Shirt. If you get hit in the arm, it feels like a semi-firm pinch.
In Extreme Sports
yes but only a litlebit but not enough to make you cry
Yes, in most markers there are either certain metal parts that can rust or sensitive electronics which can short or be destroyed by water. If you just splash your marker by ju…mping in a puddle you should be fine, if you tried to wash it out in the sink, you will run into serious problems.
In Extreme Sports
Not at all compared to actual paintball guns.
In Cars & Vehicles
well if you shoot the cars....
Yes, it is similar to a thick rubber band snap to the neck.