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Paintball fields can add a lot of variety to your game. Playing in different places may help dictate what type of game you can play and also add an unpredictable variable making it more fun. The location of the field is important as well as the layout and bunker availability within the field. There are many different types of fields that can be used for paintball. Paintball fields can be divided into two basic styles - woodsball fields and speedball fields.
There are many commercial fields as well as home fields. Commercial paintball fields are set up as a business and often ask for entry and rental fees. While there are not commercial fields in every city, these are usually the most fun to play at because many have elaborate set ups to play in. Commercial fields are also great for beginners to play at because most of them offer rental gear for a nominal fee; if you don’t have a paintball gun or mask yet, you can still play paintball at one of these fields.
Commercial paintball parks/fields are also great because they often have referees already on the field. Rules and regulations are already established, so you can be sure everyone plays fair and safety is a priority. Despite the higher cost, commercial fields are definitely more fun to play at. The great thing about paintball however, is you can still play even if you don’t have access to one of these parks! The game still works great in an open field or the woods behind your house.
If you have a commercial field close enough to visit, support it by playing there regularly. As paintball is a niche (not everyone plays or has an interest in it), these businesses often barely scrape by. By visiting their business and paying them to play, you’re helping keep paintball alive! Support your local field with your patronage and speak positively about their place.Fortunately, paintball can be played anywhere there’s an open space – whether you play scenario woodsball or competition style. Bunkers are easy enough to find for something to hide behind; anything will do as long as you don’t mind getting paint all over it! If you find an empty field or vacant lot, first try to find the owner to ask permission before playing. If you play on someone else’s property, remember to be respectful, try not to make a mess and leave it in better shape than when you first came.
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