Paintball is a sport played by people from all professions and lifestyles.
Paintball is a character building sport. Players learn the importance of
teamwork and gain self-confidence whilst developing leadership abilities.
Companies arrange Paintball outings for their employees and find that it
builds staff morale and improves team spirit. Paintball offers an exciting
alternative to dull training seminars and everyday sales meetings.
is like a living chess game. Rather than speed and strength, Paintball
requires strategy and imagination. Women compete equally with men.
Although there are many formats, the typical game consists of two teams
and runs for about 10 to 30 minutes depending on the size of the field and
the number of players. The object of the game is to capture the other
teams flag whilst protecting your own. You also try to eliminate opposing
players by tagging them with a paintball expelled from a special gas
powered marker. There is a briefing to enforce safety and game rules. Win or lose,
everyone has a good time and there is always the next game
waiting for you.
Adelaide Indoor Paintball
use pump action Paintball markers. The markers
themselves are really only high tech blow-guns and are specifically
designed to propel a paintball. They are powered by carbon dioxide and at
maximum range can fire a paintball about 30 metres. The markers come with
a 200 paintball capacity vertically mounted View loader hopper. This state
of the art paintball marker will deliver paintballs on target with deadly
For safety reasons paintball players must always wear
approved goggles to protect their eyes during a game and whilst in other
areas where shooting is permitted such as a target range. These paintball
goggles were originally designed for motocross and have been adapted for
use in the sport of paintball to give the best possible all round
protection whilst still allowing a clear field of vision. Insurance
statistics prove that Paintball is one of the safest sports around.
A paintball is a round, thin-skinned gelatine capsule with coloured
liquid inside that is not really paint but vegetable food colouring.
Paintballs look similar to bath oil beads and the fill is made of
non-toxic, biodegradable components such as Surbiton (a sweetener) and
glycol (a wax). Paintball is an environmentally safe sport as the
paintballs biodegrade naturally given typical environmental conditions in
a matter of days.