Frequently Asked Questions
- Does it hurt ?
- Does the paint wash out?
- How many paintballs will we go through in a session?
- Should I buy a gun before I play?
- Can I bring my own paintballs?
- What is the difference between guns? Which ones are the most powerful?
- What should I wear?
Yes it does. It is not really even paint. It is more like colored dish soap.
It is hard to say without knowing how aggressive you are going to
play. Some players can make 100 balls last the entire session and
others can't even get through a 15 min. game. The average is 300
We recommend you rent first and play so that you can make your
own decision as to which gun you may want. If you don't play often,
it would probably be better to just rent like you do when you go
bowling. We have a full pro-shop at the field so that you can
purchase a gun or any other supplies if you wish.
This is our way of controlling the safety of the sport. We can't
tell where you have stored your paint or how long it was on a shelf
before you bought it. If it was stored in the freezer it will be
very dangerous. Also if it has been in the trunk of a car it becomes
dangerous. Paint gets brittle after getting old on shelves at stores
for a long period of time. Lastly, the fairness is best because
everyone is shooting the same paint.
We want you to support the playing fields. Part of the operating costs are rolled into the paint prices. You buy your popcorn at the movies instead of bringing your own.
The guns are all regulated to shoot below 285 feet per second.
They are not more powerful or less powerful. Some of the guns just
shoot faster or have a smoother trigger than others. Like golf
clubs, you can spend as much as you want and get as serious as you
We recommend you just wear long sleeves and long pants. You will be playing in the woods, so it will keep you from getting scratched. Wear dark clothes so that you will be hidden better.