Paintball is a new and adrenaline-filled sport that is played with markers that use compressed air to shoot gelatin capsules filled with biodegradable and non-toxic coloured paint. These capsules break on impact marking the opponent and eliminating him/her either for a pre-set time or until the start of the next match depending on the match mode.
Paintball is ideal for spending time in the company of friends, perhaps during your stag party or a hen party or your own birthday party. In fact, paintball is played as a group with a minimum of 8 persons and a maximum of 20. No special physical skills are needed, but only a great desire for fun and cheerfulness. In fact, the whole experience will be topped off with lots of colour.
Paintball is a very safe sport. In fact, this sport is played with the total exclusion of physical contact between the players and with the aid of protections which, if worn correctly, virtually annul the possibility of an injury. The Centre provides the participants with the following individual protective devices consisting of a mask, smock/waistcoat, gloves and a neck band.
The clothes that the participants must wear to play a paintball match consist of a pair of lightweight gym or trekking shoes, a long-sleeved shirt and trousers. The clothes become completely dirty, therefore, we strongly advise having a complete change of clothing. The paint disappears with a simple wash.
There are many variations of the paintball game, where the objectives, strategies and techniques are left to the imagination of the players and the ground conditions. Here are some examples:
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