Austin is the epicenter of the paintball boom.
It’s home to the Texas Capital Air Show, the International Paintball Federation, and even the International League of Paintballers.
But the Austin area also has a lot of history behind it.
In the 1940s and 1950s, the town was a place to play paintball.
In 1953, the city created the first indoor paintball league.
Today, more than 50 paintball tournaments operate throughout the state.
But in 2018, the Austin region had to be shaken by an outbreak of the respiratory illness coronavirus.
It was the second outbreak in the city since March, and residents have been coughing and wheezing.
The city of Austin has been battling the virus with its indoor and outdoor paintball teams since April.
The outbreak has hit home hard, and local teams are struggling to keep their games going.
Austin’s Paintball League and its community have been hit hard.
“I think the city and the community are really under siege, which I think is really sad,” said Austin-based artist and longtime member of the Austin Paintball league Steve Breslin.
He said he’s worried that if the city doesn’t have paintball events in the coming months, the community could lose out on the community’s recreational game.
Breslin said the community is being left behind by its own community events.
In March, Bresline started the Austin-area Paintball Club, which helps facilitate paintball leagues.
He said the league is a good thing.
I think this is a great opportunity for the community to be able to get involved in the community.
However, there’s no guarantee that this will be the best thing that happens to paintball, said Austin resident and veteran member of paintball group The Big Bad Wolf, who also hosts the Austin Weekly podcast, which has been called “the best podcast on the planet.”
“It’s really hard for me to see how this will make the community a better place,” said Breslen, who is also the co-founder of the “Austin Paintball Project.”
Bregman said it’s not just paintball that has been impacted.
For the past few weeks, he has been working on his new painting program for a local nonprofit.
He says the program will teach children how to paint and create their own custom paint, but the paint will be donated to the local community.
He’s also putting together a community garden to grow food, and he says he’s planning to start a nonprofit for a new paintball event.
Some paintball owners are feeling the strain.
Dennis O’Hearn, a former player for the New York-based United States National Paintball Team, is one of them.
O’hearn’s paintball career came to a halt in May, when he developed the viral respiratory illness.
O’Hearson says he feels like the game has been taken away from him, and has lost his confidence.
But he says there are still ways to play. “
There’s a lot going on right now that’s going to change how people look at the game.”
But he says there are still ways to play.
He plans to hold an indoor paintpocalypse party this weekend at a local restaurant, and hopes to create a tournament that would draw in both local and non-local paintball players.
Another Austin resident, Austin-bred painter and former member of The Big BAD Wolf, has been trying to help bring some paintball back to the community for a while.
He recently started a fundraiser to help cover paintball expenses for players.
He hopes to raise $10,000.
At least one paintball owner has also taken to social media to voice his support.
Former members of the National Paintballs, who are known for their aggressive style of paint, have been getting support from people around the world.
Mitch Hennings, who played for the National Players Association from 2002-2008, has also been vocal about his love of the game.
He created the National Team of the Week series, which includes the likes of Matt Bowers, Sammie Hitt, and Mark Ragsdale.
It was during the World Cup in Brazil that he began to realize the game could have real consequences for people who play it recreationally.
“We’re seeing these really scary and violent incidents, and the people who are really at risk are those who are playing this sport recreationally,” he told me.
As for paintball itself, Hennens said the health and safety aspect is paramount.
“It’s the ultimate adrenaline rush,” he added.
Even if paintball has been a part of the culture for decades, it’s still a new and exciting experience for many people.
And it’s certainly an exciting experience, but it’s also a very challenging and dangerous sport, said H