PLAY SAFE Paintball Operators meet a high standard by following standard industry safety guidelines and rules.
By displaying the PLAY SAFE badge, the paintball operators promise is to provide a safe and fair paintball game experience to their participants.
Keep your goggles on at all times while on the playing field or in the chronograph area.
Do not lift them for any reason.
Barrel blocking devices must be on your barrel at any time that you are not on the playing field. Barrel plugs are not permitted.
Only discharge your paintball marker or airsoft rifle on the playing field or at the target range.
Do not dry fire your marker in the staging area.
No shooting at officials or animals
If you happen to sneak up on a player, offer them the chance to surrender before discharging your marker.
Please notify the staff if you have any health issues that may affect you while playing (like asthma or allergies).
Alcohol and other drugs are not permitted. If you appear to be under the influence you will be asked to leave without a refund.
Games will begin and end with the blast of an air horn or whistle and countdown by the official.
Treat your marker as though it is always loaded and ready to fire.
10 foot mercy rule.
Field only paint.
Paintball must break on your person or marker in order to count, large amounts of splatter size of a quarter counts as well.
All markers must be chronographed before entering the field. Field speed is 280fps for paintball and 400 fps for airsoft rifles. 450 for snipers with .20 bbs.
No blind firing - you must be able to see your target.
If at any time you require first aid or assistance, please notify a staff member and they will help you out. (yes this is a rule)