I don't think more accuracy would change the game at all, therefore I don't care if it ever comes about, nor would I be willing to pay more for more accuracy than I have now.
The reason I don't think accuracy would change the game is because firearms are way more accurate than paintball guns, and the shots hit to shots fired ratio is still extremely low in combat - run & gun, stressful, adrenaline situations. The well trained may have a higher hit rate, but they're using projectiles going thousands of feet per second with ballistic coefficients far superior to a ball.
I wouldn't want to get hit with a paintball going 3000fps, and how many of us actually have the time to learn to shoot something as accurately as it is capable, not to mention the targets are often moving, which adds a further degree of difficulty.
All that said, we'd all probably be out there spraying just as many more expensive/more accurate paintballs as we do the ones we have now.
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