One of the things we as a club and close friends do on weekends when not doing serious rideing is Paintball. So being a little creative and silly we developed a few games to play while on the sleds. We do not promote stupidity and dangerous stunts. We play on a private lake and at slower speeds wich may be lame for some but it is quite entertaining for us.
I have played paintball on snowmobiles before. Much fun I say. Wry, what marker do you shoot? I had a Spyder TLS with 12 inch boomstick, remote tank, revolution hopper, 2 finger trigger with a machined beaver tail for the rear cocker
Nice, The wife and I both have Tippmann custom98 yes with the Flatline barrel 200ft plus strait shot.
What kind of games do you play? We play on the lake it is quiet.
We play one like jousting on opposite sides of cones (for safety reasons).
We also have stationary targets as you pass you try to hit them harder than it looks.
Then there is "Tag" two persons on a sled boundries are the lake. No high speeds, only one person per sled team has a gun. The "it" team has a green flag to designate them.
If you are "it" you must tag another sled team anywhere sled or persons with out being hit. If you tag them they become "it" and you must trade flag and part before refireing. If the other team hit the "it" team, then the "it" team are out of the game totaly and then they become the "it" team. Kind of a catch 22 but it works.
i play many....
i have tried shooting a still target while moving... HARDDDD... we play snipe while moving at long distances and just all out shooting on fields with snow piles and things in the middle
slow ridin so we dont crash!
Duct tape much like the force... it has a light side, a dark side.... and it holds the world together!
Sounds like fun. I haven't done it on snowmobiles yet, but i have done it in the summer driving 2 demolition cars in a field. 4 players per vehicle and lots of paint. Always wear protective gear and a seat belt! It's a blast. I use a Kingmann Spyder TL.
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