So here's mine. A few months ago I was in an airsoft battle in the woods. I'm a designated marksman but I was sent out on my own. I'm well hidden and camoed at my current spot when I notice a fire fight going on about 100 feet away. 2 new players on my team with spring shotguns (not totaly crappy guns but not good either) are behind a log firing and being fired upon by another single enemy who is armed with an AK-74 MPEG. The opponent is behind a tree 50 feet away from the two. I don't want to give away my position so I simply watch for five minutes. One of the two new players is mostly staying cover, taking very few shots and looking a bit scared. The other is more bravely engaging the enemy, though his shots are not too accurate.
A spray of airsoft from the MPEG gets the scared player out. At that moment, to my amazement, the other player jumps up and charges the guy behind the tree. I do a face palm in my mind empethetically thinking about the pain the new guy is about to go through from a blast form the AK. I don't think the guy with the AK74 realized that he was being charged at first. By the time he had pulled out and aimed at the new guy, the new guy had sprinted to only 20 feet away from the enemy. In the confusion, I decide to take a shot, hoping I won't be given away as the new guy is wildly pumping out airsofts from his shotgun. The new guy does indeed get a bad hosing with BBs from close range. However, I manage to "kill" the enemy with a single shot without giving away my position. As it turns out, the new guy had also hit the enemy with an airsoft at the exact moment he started getting shot up.