Snapshooting is the strategy of staying behind a bunker and popping out of tthe bunker, making a short burst of a shots (1-4 paintballs), then coming back into the bunker. This is always done with the entire body of the player inside the bunker and only the head, upper torso, and marker, coming out of the bunker. Snapshooting is normally done in speedball or when you're close to your opponent and they know where you are.
- Never be consistent with the location of where you check out. If your opponent figures out your pattern, they can easily shoot in the spot you keep checking out of and get you out the second you check out of your bunker.
- Try to check in and out quickly so your opponent doesnt see you very long.