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We take Credit Cards, Debit Cards and, of course, Cash! We do not take Checks to keep our pricing down for our customers!
No, Safety Waiver for ALL FIELDS, per the insurance companies, MUST be filled out only once every calendar year. So they are good from January 1st through December 31st.
BPS means Balls Per Second. This term is used to measure the amount of paintballs projected from your marker per second.
FPS means Feet Per Second. This is the measurement used for the speed of the paintballs projected from your marker!
Players should wear old comfortable clothing (ex: military pants, sweat pants and shirts, overalls, denim, etc,) and may also want to bring a change of clothes for the conclusion of the game day. The most suitable footwear would be a light boot, but old running shoes are most commonly worn. Cleats and open toed shoes are NOT allowed. If you don’t have your own gear, we sell specially made paintball gloves and other gear onsite.
Sometimes, it depends on several factors. Most of the time you will feel them when they hit you, but because they are a distance away, does not hurt much, and sometimes, depending on what you are wearing, the referee will let you know you were hit because you didn’t feel it at all. The closer they are to you, the more you will feel it, and sometimes they can leave a bruise. Players 10 and up are allowed to play, and they do, so should give you an idea if they can take the hit, then you probably can as well. Most of the time, because your adrenaline is going, along with your heart rate, from paintballs flying all around you, once you do get hit, you feel it, then cannot believe you are now out of that game. Goes that quick through your mind, so don’t worry too much about it and go have FUN!