Paintball Wars and Shooting competition Bootcamp Itinerary
Day 1 (PM)
Arival, Orientation, Sign in & camp set up
Gun & paintball safety training & classes (AM)
preliminary Paintball Wars (PM)
Final & Championship Paintball Wars
4 Day Paintball & Shooting Bootcamp Rules
- All children under the age of 12 years old must be accompanied
by an adult & have parental consent.
- All players must sign a waiver for release of liability.
- Goggles & ear protection required for all players
- Goggles & ear protection must be ON AT ALL TIMES while on playing fields
- Equipment not provided
The Referee will start and stop the game for paint checks, and also decides the issues that may arise and who ends the game. The Referee shall have a whistle for signaling the start of the game, pausing the game and ending the game. The referees make all the decisions in questionable situations and those decisions are final & unarguable. DO NOT SHOOT AT THE REFEREE!
One Captain will be chosen for each team. Captains will receive any final instructions and written notice of rules, and will be responsible for their team's conduct throughout the games.
A player is out of the game when s/he is hit by a paintball in the body or mask & the paintball breaks. A player is also out of the game if hit twice on any limb(s). If the paintball does not break, the player is still in the game (see "paint check"). Once hit, ether by the opposing team or by friendly fire, the player must call "I'm out" & hold the paintball marker above his head while exiting the field. Do not run while exiting field. Once a player calls "I'm out!" the player is officially out of the game; there is no reentering! If eliminated, player(s) must be silent. Giving information to teammates while exiting is not allowed. When any player is holding his marker above his head no other player is allowed to shoot at them. Any player breaking this rule is subject to being disqualified from all games.
A player is not considered out of the game if the paintball did not break upon impact. A player is not considered out of the game if s/he is "Splattered" (Splatter is considered to be the spray or fragments form a paintball that has broken on an object such as a tree, brush, rock, exc.) If a player is not sure if the paintball broke s/he must call for a "Paint check". If player calls "I'm out", if the paintball broke or not, they are immediately out of the game. Upon the call "Paint check" the game stops. The Referee will make the call wither the player is out of the game. If two or more player marked each other simultaneously, all must be eliminated. A referee will decide who is to be eliminated when two or more players are marked. If eliminated, player(s) must be silent. Giving information to teammates while exiting is not allowed.