Information & Pricing
|Admission and Rental Equipment||$35.00|
|PAINTBALL ‘ROUNDS’ PRICING||GOOD PAINT||BETTER PAINT||BEST PAINT|
|Full Case (2,000 Rounds)||$45.00||$55.00||$65.00|
|WARNING: PLEASE FIELD PAINT ONLY|
All players MUST SIGN A WAIVER REGARDLESS OF AGE.
Children younger than 8 years cannot play for insurance reasons. Players 8 or older, but younger than 18 years of age, must bring a signed permission waiver with them or have a parent or legal guardian sign the form at the field on the day of play.
Guns (we call them ‘markers’) must be carried un-cocked, pointed at the ground, with fingers off the trigger and a barrel bag in place. Markers can only be ready to shoot while playing in a paintball game.
- VIOLATORS WILL BE EJECTED WITH NO WARNINGS!
- GOGGLES MUST BE WORN AT ALL TIMES OUTSIDE THE REGISTRATION & PARKING LOT AREAS.
- DO NOT SHOOT THE WILDLIFE. Leave the squirrels their natural colors, please.
- NO PHYSICAL CONTACT. You cannot touch another player (no hostages, interrogations, kidnapping, etc).
- NO SHOOTING AT THE HEAD OR NECK. At point blank range (20 feet or closer), you must not shoot any player above the shoulders. No executions, please.
- NO BLIND SHOOTING. Always be aware of where you are shooting. You may NOT stick your marker around a tree or over a log or barricade, etc. and blindly shoot at an opponent.
- NO POTENTIALLY DANGEROUS GEAR. Knives, trip wire, firearms, explosives, incendiaries, etc. Lock up the toys in your car and we’ll keep your keys for you.
- NO SMOKING. NO ALCOHOL OR ILLEGAL DRUGS. Even if you offer to share.
- NO VERBAL ABUSE, such as slurs against anyone’s race, color, religion or parents.
- NO CLIMBING OF TREES OR STRUCTURES.
- DO NOT TRY TO TAKE YOUR GUNS APART. If you need equipment service, ask our Customer Service Representatives, who will gladly assist you.
- AVOID FIELD HAZARDS. You are playing in the woods. Trees don’t move much when you head-butt or face-plant into them. Watch where you are running.
Leave your wallets, cell phones, jewelry, watches, money, beepers, etc. in your car and give us your car keys for safekeeping. We only test-drive select models and you may have your keys back at any time. It is very easy to lose your possessions in the excitement of a paintball game.
Paintball is a capture the flag game. It is not a shoot at everybody you see including your own teammates, staff, and spectators game. Each field is about the size of a soccer or lacrosse field. Each field has 2 goals called flag stations, positioned like lacrosse or hockey goals, located a few feet in from the ends of the fields. Your team starts in one station and the opposing team starts in the other station. The objective is to grab the other team’s flag and bring it back to your station.
If you are hit or marked with a paintball, immediately put your hand above your head as you walk to the sidelines (the referees will explain where to go on each field). Be sure to keep your goggles on. You cannot give advice to your teammates after you are eliminated. Un-cock your marker when on the sidelines, bag it and keep it pointed at the ground.
KEEP YOUR GOGGLES ON!
DO NOT KEEP SHOOTING ELIMINATED PLAYERS! If the staff sees you shoot obviously eliminated players, you will be eliminated, too!
PAINT-CHECKS. If you are hit in a place where you cannot see if the ball broke and left a spot of paint large enough to eliminate you, and one of your teammates can’t help, yell the word, “PAINT-CHECK”, and a referee will come and check you. Please when yelling to the ref turn your head in their direction and yell loudly. You are not neutral – you can still shoot and be shot – unless the referee calls you neutral when he gets there. This doesn’t happen often, but when it does the referee will announce, “This player is neutral” while pointing at the player and waving a towel over his head. Neutral players may not shoot, be shot at or advanced upon.
Do not pick balls off the ground and put them into your marker. They are just gelatin capsules and will stick to the good balls in your marker and ruin them.
MARKERS ARE ALWAYS CARRIED UN-COCKED, BAGGED, AND POINTED AT THE GROUND WITH YOUR FINGERS OFF THE TRIGGER UNLESS YOU ARE ACTIVELY PLAYING IN A GAME.
When playing, imagine a carton of eggs on top your marker. Paintballs are very fragile and shaking your marker or banging it on trees or the ground will fracture some of the paintballs and the paint from these broken balls will melt together the remaining balls, thus ruining them.
Markers feed balls by gravity. The container on top of the gun, called the “hopper”, holds about 180 balls. Be sure the cap is tightly closed (it seals with a ‘click’).
The hopper must be vertically above the marker to allow balls to drop down into the marker. Turning the marker on its side or upside down will not allow balls to feed into it and will break balls in the breach. And if that happens, the marker will not function well, if at all.
To operate the marker:
- Wait until instructed by one of our staff that it is safe to cock your marker. Keeping the barrel pointed in a safe direction, remove the barrel bag and wrap it around the air tank fitting. The guns are cocked by pulling the small button that protrudes from the back of the gun all the way back until it clicks. This button is actually the end of a short rod (or ‘cocking plunger’) and moves forward and backward rapidly when the trigger is pulled. When the plunger is pulled all the way back, the gun is cocked and ready to shoot. Do not put your finger or thumb in the way of this button or put the gun against a tree or bunker, as this will un-cock the gun. If this happens, just cock the gun again.
To un-cock your marker:
- Make sure the hopper cap it tight and point your marker in a safe direction. Turn your marker upside down and shoot it twice (still in a safe direction) to clear any balls from the breach and barrel. With the marker still upside down, grasp the ‘cocking plunger’ tightly (don’t pull backward), pull the trigger, and gently let the plunger slide forward until it stops. Place the barrel bag over the end of the barrel.
- Un-cock your marker when the game is over or when you are on the sidelines.
- Keep your gun pointed at the ground.
Our staff will verbally remind you of these rules after you register. If you have any questions make notes and be sure to ask our staff before playing.