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Ye Good Olde Fashioned Duel

Get ready for 'ye olde duel'..... Two players settle an affair of honor.  This is a good tie breaker and something to do if you're eliminated early.  Obviously, two players are the duelists, with a third player as the Warder/referee.  You just need a clear area so both players can pace off 10 paces each.  Here are a few general rules about the 'Duel'......
1. Two players stand back to back. The Warder is standing about ten feet to the side.
2. Both players are armed with paintball pistols.  The pistols each have one paintball in them ready to fire. The paintball guns can have no other paintballs in them, this is a one shot deal.
3. The warder then says, "This, Gentlemen, is an affair of honor.  You will take ten paces on my command, then turn and fire.  If either of you turn before the count of ten, it will be my unfortunate duty to shoot you down." (Or something to that effect.)
4. The duellists then pace off in time to the Warder's count.  At the count of ten they turn and fire.
5. The paintball has to break for the elimination to count.
6. Players cannot side step or lie down, but they may kneel if they wish.
7. No other rules apply. 
Objective: The person who was not eliminated wins.
Tactical Advantage: The best way is to take your time.  The first person to shoot usually isn't the winner.  Also, keep your paintball gun down and don't raise it until you are facing the target and then bring it up.  If you lift your paintball marker first and then turn you are moving the paintball gun horizontally to engage what is essentially a vertical target.
Best Paintball Equipment to use: any type of tactical paintball marker or competition paintball gun will do.  Something with an electronic trigger is nice; add an electronic hopper to speed your game up even more.

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