Yesterday I had the perfect pistol story.
I took my girlfriend out to play for her first time. Later in the day, we arrive on-field (Defending a tower) and the game starts when she realizes she didn't re-fill her nitro tank...
Being the gentlemen I am, of course I gave her the nitro tank off of my Autococker (she didn't want to use my gun because of it's weight...).
That left me with the TiPX and 4 full clips...
I directed my girlfriend to hold a position next to me in the middle/left while I took a position on our left flank, where I had seen the other team's 2 experienced players headed.
I positioned myself in a line of fire I knew they would have to cross to advance.
I waited, Pistol aimed at my pre-determined firing point.
First guy came into sight, I took him out with 2-3 shots on his move.
Second guy now knew where both me and my girlfriend were. He was rockin' a super-electro and had about a case of paint on him... along with a well defended position.
I popped out and fired a few times [from different angles in my bunker] to give him new areas of fire to be concerned about. My girlfriend fired a few shots, and suddenly was under heavy repeated fire for what felt like 15-20 seconds. I motioned for her to stay down while I changed to a fresh mag...
I popped out, aiming at his bunker... nothing. I held my aim in a crouched position, focusing on breathing... holding that aim....
My shot was fired as soon as I saw movement...
A hand went up in the air, "Hit!".
I hit him directly center in the face.
He was not happy about the fact that he was shot out by a pistol.
Later in the day, as I was walking up to the pre-game gathering, I heard him bragging to refs and rentals about how he was only "shot out once today!".
I smiled and interrupted "Yeah, and it was using only 1 shot, from a pistol."
Suddenly the newbies on the field felt a little less intimidated.