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  • What is Paintball?
    Paintball is one of the fastest growing sports in Europe. Every month thousands of new players try out the most exciting pastime available. Imagine playing a first person shooter in real life except the bullets are balls of paint which burst on impact, making you a bright, colourful target.
  • Is it war?
    The common presumption is that paintball caters for the "Rambos" of society and those with a paramilitary bent. In fact, paintball is a well organised and exciting sport. It is a game and nothing more. If you go to a site and expect a crash course in subversive thuggery, you'll be disappointed.
  • Does it hurt and is it dangerous?
    If you are wearing sensible clothing - a jacket, thick jumper or overalls, then the answer is NO!! But if you are running about in the bare minimum, expect a short sharp shock. Safety is the key word. On arrival at our site you will be issued with a safety mask, specifically designed for paintball, coveralls to protect your clothes and other safety items. A comprehensive safety talk will be given at the start of the day before any player is allowed to get hold of their marker (gun) or start playing.
  • How much does it cost?
    A basic charge will include all safety equipment, coveralls, the hire of a marker and battlepack with pots to store your paintballs. Packages can be tailored to suit individual requirements from £15 per person.
  • How long will it last?
    Packages can be arranged to last from a half day to a full day. We aim to get 2-3 games played for each half day session. So as long as you listen to the marshals on site, you'll maximise the amount of time you get to go out shooting. Half Day: 09:00am - 12:00pm or 12:30pm - 15:30pm Full Day: 09:00am - 15:30pm
  • What do I need to bring with me?
    In practical terms you will need a change of clothing case you decide to crawl in the mud or if it rains, and sensible footwear. High heels are not ideal for charging around the woods. But the most important thing to bring with you is sense of humour and a willingness to get stuck in and possibly make a fool of yourself.
  • Are there any age restrictions?
    You have to be over 12 years old (or 11 if in year 7 at school) to play paintball. A parent or guardian must attend the safety talk at the start of the session so they are aware of the risks involved with playing paintball. If players are under 11 then we offer outdoor Laser Tag - it's the same game areas as paintball but without the paintballs!
  • How do I arrange a game of paintball?
    The first thing to do is read through information provided. You can then either phone or emailing for help and advice and to find out what you get for your money or you can book online. You will be asked to pay a deposit and an estimate of the number of in your group. Then it's just a case of turning up, paying the remaining balance on the specified day to experience the ultimate adrenalin rush....PAINTBALL
  • Do we have a Junior Policy?
    We operate a very strict junior policy. Too young to play paintball? - Try Laser Tag You have to be over 12 years old to play paintball. A parent or guardian must attend the safety talk at the start of the session so they are aware of the risks involved with playing paintball. The parent or guardian must countersign the game consent form (waiver) to confirm they are aware of the risks involved in playing paintball. We will endeavor to keep junior groups separate from adult groups but with small groups, this can't always be guaranteed. Parents can play with junior groups. The minimum age is the age the main insurance companies to the Paintball Industry have agreed with the United Kingdom Paintball Sports Federation (governing body).
  • How many paintballs will I need?
    This depends on what kind of player you are... Some players typically shoot around 50 paintballs per game, and some players, the trigger-happy players, shoot around 200 paintballs per game. Our packages come with either 200, 500 or 1,000 paintballs which would suit your needs depending on how trigger-happy you think you will be. Paintballs are able to be bought from the kiosk on the day in case you run out.
  • What is Airsoft?
    Airsoft is a sport where players engage in simulated combat with BB weapons. You get placed into different battle scenarios and play out the objective to beat the opposing team.
  • Does it hurt?
    Airsoft hurts less than paintball, an airsoft BB has a much smaller surface area than a paintball so when it hits you, it will be like a sharp pinch for a couple of seconds, by the time you've called yourself being hit, you'll have forgot it even happened.
  • Can I use smoke grenades and bangs?
    You're free to use smokes and bangs as long as you follow our rules. No over hand throwing, don't throw it over walls where you can't see, be sensible and think about what you are doing with it before it leaves your hand. We do have a ban on
  • What are the FPS limits?
    Out our sites which have the below limits; AEG: 350FPS (1.13j) DMR: 450FPS (1.88j) Sniper: 500FPS (2.30j)
  • Am I able to refill my HPA tank?
    Yes! We offer free HPA refills on site.
  • Can I buy airsoft kit on site?
    We have a kiosk on site where you are able to purchase a range of items from BB's to Goggles.
  • What is laser tag?
    Laser tag is a safe team tactical game in which players hit opponents with lasers using taggers. The hits are detected by special sensors on hats or vests.
  • Can adults play?
    Yes, this activity is for all ages from 6+ up to any age. It's great fun for all family and friends.
  • Do I need to prepare for laser tag?
    No special training is required for playing laser tag. If this is the first time you come to play, a marshal will tell you about the game rules. You just have to come in a good mood and enjoy the game.
  • How will I know if I've been hit?
    The laser tag equipment is equipped with special hit sensors that detect incoming shots. When the equipment receives a hit, it vibrates, the sensors light up brightly, and the equipment beeps.
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