Usually beginners think that paintball marker is like sniper rifle, so in 100 m distance they try in a shoot to hit a head protruding above a shelter. Another common mistake is to think that a ball flies with the same speed as a bullet and to try hit adversary running. Remember: adversary noticed should be hit in series of 3-4 balls as a possibility that a ball flies away or does not crack exists. If your adversary is moving, shoot against him or to the place he’s running and he runs directly to the rain of balls. Many beginners think that every ball they shot must crack on the camouflage of an adversary so they do not shoot in order to support their friends, to keep an adversary in a shelter or to simulate an attack. Sometimes you should shoot to invisible adversary to make him hide in a shelter and not to protrude his head at the moment when your friend moves forward and shoots him. Furthermore, shooting without aiming and screams make noise and appearance of attack when you seek to switch attention from the real attack in the other place.