Chris Schehr formerly of Trenton TopGun has joined the Los Angeles Ironmen. 2016 will mark Schehr’s fourth year as a professional paintball player, his previous three years were spent with TopGun. Although TopGun struggled in the professional division, Schehr was alway a standout player on the snake side.

Being primarily a snake player, this leaves me wondering how Ironmen head coach Billy Wing will use him. The Ironmen have a very snake heavy team, over half of their player’s prefer the snake side, at this point if I was Wing I’m not giving many points to Schehr. With players like Toke Hamil, Al Fernandez, Jerry Caro and Bobby Aviles all vying for points on the snake side it’s going to be hard for Schehr to get in points at tournaments.