Paintball and Airsoft Battle Tactics

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MBI Publishing Company, Feb 15, 2008 - Sports & Recreation - 128 pages
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It can be as playful as a party game, or as dead serious as military training for a coming deployment. But whatever your approach to paintball or Airsoft, there are rules to learn, tactics to master, variations to discover, and equipment to consider. And in every instance, Paintball and Airsoft Battle Tactics has the answers.

The ultimate resource for these sports so popular among weekend warriors and military simulators, this book helps novice players and veterans alike to hone their skills and sharpen their understanding of the art and science of MilSim strategy and tactics.

Written by a military analyst with real-world experience training combatants around the world, this paintball and Airsoft tacticians bible refreshes and refocuses the military simulator, but it doesnt stop there. It also fosters, mentors, and challenges both the apprentice and the maestro with basic individual and leadership skills, team drills, and intermediate patrolling operations, covering all the necessities for waging paintball and Airsoft combat successfully at the small-team level.

 

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AWSOME BOOK. would be nice to be able to print so when my team and i are practicing i have quick referance and material.. only down side

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There arent many decent books on air soft tactics so I thought Id give this one a try. My son studied it at night and he said the book made him a better player. Read full review

Contents

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
4
BASIC INDIVIDUAL SKILLS
6
TEAM BATTLE DRILLS
40
TEAM TACTICS
74
MAP AND UNIT SYMBOLS
123
GLOSSARY
124
INDEX
128
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Christopher Larsen has spent more than twenty years working with warriors from around the world. He holds the coveted title of Expert Infantry and has trained U.S. and foreign troops in Asia, the Mid East, and North America. Larsen currently serves as a military analyst-instructional systems designer for the U.S. Army’s Command and General Staff College at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.

 


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