1. Waivers must be signed each time you come to the field. If you are under 18, you will need to have a parent or guardian sign your waiver before you can play. You can print out waivers ahead of time here to make check-in a little faster. Players must be 12 or older.
2. Goggles must be worn in all marked areas. All players are required to have their goggles on while on the field for any reason.
3. Barrel bags must be in place in the staging area and all other non-game areas. The barrel bag must be worn until you enter the netting and the referee instructs you to take it off. Replace the barrel bag on your way off the field.
4. All guns are chronographed to 280 FPS or lower - No exceptions. If your gun won't turn down, we have rentals available. You cannot use your gun until it's fixed.
5. No firing guns in the staging area, parking lot or any other "safe" area (even just air).
6. No ramping, rebound, bouncing, etc. One shot per trigger pull (applies to open play).
7. No physical contact, profanity or unsportsman-like conduct.
8. No blind firing. You must be able to see what you are shooting at, aim and then pull the trigger. No holding your gun above the bunker and shooting while your head is buried behind a bunker.
9. Referee calls are final. If you disagree with a referee's decision, you may talk with the referee after the game.
10. No alcohol or illegal drugs. All people in posession will be removed from the facility immediately.
11. When you are hit, please be honest. If you are not sure if the ball broke or bounced, call for a paint check and a ref will be there ASAP. You can also ask one of your fellow players to check you. NO WIPING WILL BE TOLERATED WHATSOEVER!
12. WE HAVE A ZERO TOLERANCE POLICY ON ANYONE WHO WIPES! Gun hits count, unless it has been agreed otherwise prior to the start of a game. When you've been hit, put your gun and hands above your head and yell "hit." You can call yourself out at anytime you need to or if you feel unsafe.
14. Overshooting is discouraged. If you see that someone has been hit, stop shooting.
13. If you yell or say "hit," a referee will call you out. "Hit" is a word that means you are out. For example, don't
yell "I hit you." Instead, yell "Check yourself," or tell a referee to "check them."
14. You can play with as much paint as you would like.
15. Bunkering is allowed. Please be considerate to the newer players and try to surrender them (much easier in open field
than speedball, but you know what we mean).
16. When being surrendered, you don't have to surrender. However, an opponent will most likely shoot you if you turn around.
17. We suggest when someone has a gun to your back just to put up your hands and yell "hit!"
18. We are all friends here. Again, overshooting is discouraged, but it is sometimes unavoidable and a part of the game.
19. Paintball is a sport of honor; play it with honor. Play hard, play fair and above all else -- HAVE FUN!