If I was hunting I would use 1/2 steel. I am scattering scavengers. If one of them gets their head in the way of a paintball so be it.well done although not really very good hunting practice. even if you do get a perfect head shot you should really be shooting lead or steel.
Charles look at the very top of its neck and the very bottom there is a speck of green that doesn't belong. The paintball completly desintegrated and threw paint all over the rock he was eating by.Nice shot! Cool slingshot. Who knew those paintballs would be that effective? I do not even see any paint on that sucker ... as if the paintball did not even rupture.
Cheers ..... Charles
We feed the small birds in the winter and the pigeons take over and run all the little ones out. I just try and even things up a little.
thats why i shoot at things around them , even a side shot can break a wing , especially with them tubes your using. if i were to intentionally hit one, id use the office banded slingshot of mine . but, maybe now his posse will get the hint that they are not welcomed . or not ......
Once when playing paintball at a local field I took a hit to the inner thigh and it really hurt. As I was walking back in the owner of the field caught up with me. I was complaining that that shot really hurt. Since nobody was there but him and I, I peeled down my pants and there was a huge bloody welt. I said, "That gun is shooting too hot." Then my eyes fell upon a tupperware container of frozen paintballs. A frozen paintball at 300 FPS can crack a facemask.yep they were freezing them and putting some big welts on the other shooters. So now you have to buy their paint balls.