Frequently Asked QuestionsFind the answer to the most common questions regarding paintball, our practices, and rules.
What is paintball?
What’s it like to play paintball?
Depending on the game, your mission might be to go out and capture the other team’s flag while protecting your own. While you are trying to capture a flag, you must also eliminate opposing players. Games run 15 minutes, depending on the scenario.
Between games, players take a break to check their equipment, get more paintballs and have a snack or a soda while they share stories about the thrills of victory and the funny agonies of defeat. Win or lose, everyone has a good time and there’s usually another game waiting for you.
Is paintball safe?
Paintball is a relatively safe sport. Statistically it’s safer than golf!
You don’t have to have an organised team in order to play. You can simply get together with friends and family and release your frustrations on the field, this is commonly known as “Don’t get mad, get even”. And after years and years of experience we can safely claim that it works.
How can I play paintball?
Phone for a booking, e-mail us on: email@example.com
You can find us by checking out our address on Contact Us page
What do I need to bring to play paintball
How can I play safe paintball
- Do not shoot animals or wildlife (humans are acceptable targets, at least on the field).
- Do not fire your paint gun anywhere except on the field during the game or in the designated chronograph area/shooting range.
- Inspect the lens of your goggles for cracks or signs of weakness.
- Make sure your mask is well seated and will not come off during the game.
- Make sure the velocity of your paint gun is below 300 feet per second.
- Always assume the gun is loaded, even if you know otherwise.
- Unload the gun when not in use.
- Upon receiving or retrieving a gun check if it’s loaded.
- Anytime you are carrying a paint gun in a ‘safe zone’ such as the parking lot or staging area where people are not wearing goggles, you MUST have a barrel plug in the barrel.
- Know the rules of the game and abide by them.
- Never remove facemasks or goggles while on the field.(IMPORTANT!)
- Do not play when very tired or hungry. Bring food or money to buy some snacks from field.
- NEVER look down at the barrel. Not even with protection. If barrel needs checking remove it from the gun and check it. If the barrel cannot be removed, disconnect all CO2/CA equipment, test fire the gun downrange until no more gas is left in the gun, clear the breech or ball loading area, and then, carefully and while wearing goggles, glance down the barrel.
- Notify the field owner or manager of any medical conditions, allergies etc.
Can I get the paintball paint out of my clothes
Please note, although we dont mind you wearing your Guccis or Vuittons, it is almost guaranteed any of the “luxury” clothing will be damaged, possibly beyond repair.